West chief comes catchy
slogans for Assemby elections
slogans must also convey the main motto of the campaign.
WASHINGTON: Humpback whales love a good hit single, and every year a new catchy
pop tune spreads among the male underwater crooners, said an Australian study released Thursday.The men are the only ones who sing, likely in the hopes of making some lady whale swoon, according to the research published in the U.S.
* On the conference subject of e-commerce, let me pass along a recent catchy
headline over a DM News article on search engine optimization: "Not a creature was stirring, not even a customer's mouse."
It's got a sort of anti-art-student art student feel to it, and it's catchy
as all get out with the not-too-stilted English leaving it endearing.
(There is a constant thread of connection between the real and surreal, apparent in the catchy
chapter titles like "A God Buys Us Cheeseburgers.") Percy carries his bad boy image into the other world and becomes a suspect in the disappearance of Zeus's lighting bolt.
In essence, scientists have a bias toward discussing studies with short and catchy
In particular, I was drawn to "Samba II" (great melody, interesting texture changes, fast rhythmic appeal); "Beguine" (an improvisational adventure, accelerandi and quarter note triplets); "Mambo" (an easier fast piece with a catchy
hook); and "Samba III" (the collection's finale, worthy of its placement.)
And then you can shout catchy
slogans like: "God's Word is aflame!" or "I'm burning with love for Jesus!" Luckily there are no actual pages in it because that could get messy.
This book is perhaps a bit more technical, but a central message is tied back to a far more basic, and catchy
, premise: "Without customers, you don't have a business.
An accompanying audio CD offers read-aloud narration and the catchy
Nana Star Song.
It is an endearingly catchy
tune and comparisons inevitably have been drawn with the great Brian Wilson.