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The 14-year WatchWORD Bible project brings the world's all-time best- seller to a whole new format that Fitzgerald believes will change the way millions of people read the Bible in the 21st century -- they can "watch it" on their TVs, computers, portable DVD players, iPods and cell phones.
But in any language, the watchword remains caution.
The site is being put on sale on behalf of Malcolm Cohen and Shay Bannon of BDO serving as co-administrators of Watchword Limited which is in management.
Consistency has been our watchword for a long time," said Miller, who was also able to report a collective clean bill of health.
Operational effectiveness has to remain the watchword for everything we do and we will continue to learn from our experience," Mr Hammond said in a keynote speech to the Royal United Services Institute in London.
Quantity over quality is very much the watchword on Easter Bank Holiday Monday and this year's racing in Britain is no exception.
Business as usual is the watchword and the cuts in expenses are taking a while to materialise.
But consistency isn't Wade's watchword - five times this season he has produced two or fewer - and Klaasen is even more mercurial.
Brevity is hardly their watchword, but with songs this seismic and skull-rattlingly intense, you almost didn't want them to end.
Without a doubt, 'homey' is the watchword this year,'' write the authors.
So it is that shibboleth has come today to mean "catchword or slogan" (Webster's, 1975) or "the criterion, test, or watchword of a party; a party cry or pet phrase" (Webster's, 1913).
Continuity was the watchword for Newbigg-in Community Area Partnership with the re-election of board and management committee members.