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Patriot

 

a daily Indian newspaper published in English in Delhi. Founded in 1963, Patriot is intended for the progressive public. Circulation, 46,000 (1976).

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CUTLINE: Among Best Costume competitors shown: Diane Baxter of Jefferson holds Hattie, dressed patriotically, at right; bottom photo: Kim Haines of Bedford, N.
MTV presenter - and Sugababe Heidi Range's fiance - Dave Berry joined news man Donal McIntyre in patriotically (and perhaps unwisely) picking England to lift the trophy.
For the first time this summer, I had plucked from the wardrobe a linen suit of the sort once favoured by those middle-ranking diplomats, who sipped gin and perspired patriotically beneath gasping fans in forgotten reaches of the old British Empire.
So even without much apparent share of the 'national cake', Fangak residents live isolated by road but connected patriotically to Jonglei's state capital at Bor, where health and school facilities are more common.
Why don't we keep it simple: African Union, or some other designation culturally fitting, politically steeped in our traditions, and patriotically uplifting for our great continent
A handful of black-and-white photographs illustrate this unforgettable true-life window into the lives and struggles of people who patriotically served their country.
And, a bit like the way everyone patriotically bellows The Green Green Grass Of Home, seemingly oblivious to the revelation at the end about it being the final thoughts of a bloke going to the gas chamber, Larkin's last stanza is equally seldom quoted.
He keeps two motorbikes, one in LA - patriotically, a Triumph - and one in London.
The band closed the show with the patriotically influenced," Yo Mann ta Mero Nepali ho," which both the band and the audience sang with zealous pride.
Ordering them to visit the fronflines would force them to "look once into the eyes of the people about whose lives they decide so patriotically and pathetically, so that they know what they do; so that they understand that their horizon is not the end of the world.
Puddings are patriotically British - sticky toffee pudding with clotted cream that will have your arteries screaming for mercy.