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catchword

Theatre an actor's cue to speak or enter
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Caption: 'Redemption,' 'internationalisation,' and 'post-unifiation' catchwords of greatest relevance for identifying post-war German art.
Mehbooba added that now the NC was trying to bank on rhetorical catchwords like ' Article 370' and ' AFSPA' while hobnobbing with BJP at the same time.
It is common men like these who will now be hoping that the government can deliver on their promises and ensure that peace and stability are not just catchwords, but deliverables that they will fight for.
The use of political catchwords by politicians and the press is not meant to promote analytic thinking, detached reasoning, and balanced judgment.
The catchwords of the day seems to be 'independent' or 'standalone'.
Though the dust may not have fully settled, three catchwords sum up what we have learned so far -- and what remains to be done.
David Patterson, author of Appraising the Catchwords and editor of John Cage: Music, Philosophy, and Intention, 1933-1950, will begin his residency on November 3-5.
The political theory behind Conservatism remains the same in every generation, but to remain living and to have any effect is must clothe itself in a different set of catchwords in each generation.
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And catchwords like "lovely jubbly", "plonker" and "cushty" are now part of the language.
The shared stories, jokes and catchwords in one's culture and society along with underlying values and beliefs play large roles in the importance of memory in coping with a war's trauma.