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catchword

Theatre an actor's cue to speak or enter
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Summary: Khaleej Times, with credibility as its catchword, believes that the habit of reading has to begin young, and felt the need to provide something for those in their formative years.
Mothers seem to view military reform as a catchword for eliminating or reducing the period of conscription service; a view championed by some politicians.
It has been named Oumuamua, which sounds like a catchword Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer might have invented.
Egyptian President Abdel-Fatah Al-Sisi said that "Nile is a matter of life or death to Egypt." A catchword that Sisi repeated at a recent inauguration of a fishery in Egypt.
If you allow a political catchword to go on and grow, you will awaken some day to find it standing over you, the arbiter of your destiny, against which you are powerless, as men are powerless against delusions.
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"Earlier, we had christened the BJP as the Bharatiya Jumla ( catchword) Party but that does not seem to be enough, it should be known as the Badka Jhootha Party now," Nitish said.
He also hosted BBC2 quiz show Catchword for eight years.
In the 1910s, the Japanese state's catchword was "improvement," and it gradually yielded to "harmony" in the 1920s.
Change seems to be the catchword for all actors, including the ruling National Congress Party (NCP), the armed groups of the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF), traditional opposition political parties, youth groups and the international community.
And therefore, sustainable development becomes the catchword of our efforts."
If you have the temerity to disagree then ignore is the catchword.