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Scot history a Highland battle cry
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We have uploaded the video and the audio as well as photos on social media and there is no single political slogan.
I committed the crime of taking down a political slogan from the staff holding area of the Yanggakdo International Hotel," Warmbier said, in the televised address, adding: "I apologize to each and every one of the millions of the Korean people and I beg that you see how I was used and manipulated.
THERE have been some brilliant political slogans over the years, statements and rhetoric that really encapsulate the message someone is trying to get over, instantly memorable and embedded in history forever more.
Signaling that the scheme could be the Congress' trump card in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Ramesh quoted Rahul as saying: "' Your money in your hand' is definitely a political slogan.
THIS newspaper thought long and hard before resurrecting a political slogan that will disgust most of our readers.
Palestine is not simply a political slogan on the Tunisian scene but represents for the Tunisians a religious, patriotic and nationalist commitment towards their brothers who are living under the blockade and the pangs of Zionist politics," he added.
One man who tried to go into the Olympic venue wearing a T-shirt bearing a political slogan was refused entry yesterday until he removed the shirt.
The 34-year-old offended locals while visiting ancient Inca city of Machu Picchu by carrying a bag emblazoned with Chinese communist leader Mao Zedong's most famous political slogan.
Abe's political slogan is to make Japan ''a beautiful country,'' free of bad memories and actively contributing to the creation of new global order.
A university that can offer only half a course is about as much use as an empty political slogan.
In this environment, it is particularly important to understand that self-governance is more than a political slogan.

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