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motto

1. a short explanatory phrase inscribed on or attached to something
2. a verse or maxim contained in a paper cracker
3. a quotation prefacing a book or chapter of a book
4. a recurring musical phrase
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We are going to decorate the hall with creeping spruce and fir mottoes with pink tissue-paper roses in them.
The new design has attracted a mixed response on social media with several questioning the decision to omit the team's famous motto.
"Our national motto and founding documents are the cornerstone of freedom and we should teach our children about these things," Sen.
This motto has been derived from famous Quranic verse revealed in 625 AD during the Battle of Uhad when Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and his companions encountered a numerically superior enemy and Allah SWT helped them during the tough ordeal, said a press release.
The Motto Mortgage Awards & Recognition Program recognizes outstanding achievements, exceptional service, leadership and high productivity.
The motto of 2019 draws attention not only to modern achievements of Turkmenistan, but also to the deep layers of the national cultural heritage, allowing it to be presented more widely and multifacetedly.
With Motto by Hilton, we are bringing to market something the industry has never experienced with its flexible and affordable room product, desirable locations and guest-empowered service."
Motto Mortgage is an innovative mortgage brokerage franchise.
Title XLVIII, Chapter 1003 of the state law has been amended to read: "Each district school board shall adopt rules to require, in all of the schools of the district and in each building used by the district school board, the display of the [Florida state] motto, 'In God We Trust'...
Treasury, and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing to get the motto nixed.
The petitioner had filed the petition for taking suo motto notice in this regard after losing his case on merit.
And just as Trump's 'America First' motto has been criticised for its isolationist and xenophobic undertones, many have seen the premier's invocations of 'peace and stability' as thinly veiled justification for an ongoing crackdown on the political opposition and dissent.