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5 August 2019 - US-based digital agency Dragon Army has acquired two Atlanta, US-based agencies Sideways8 and Watchword Brand, the firm said.
It goes without saying that justice is the basis of governance; it is the watchword for ensuring stability and prosperity for all.
will until the the inquests taken care to every issue " He added: "So the watchword will be 'flexibility' until the conclusion of the inquests and we have taken care to investigate every significant issue."
Summary: For the Islamic Republic of Iran, the question of fighting off foreign intervention and "conspiracies" has been a watchword ever since the Iranian Revolution of 1979.
Lundite THE new watchword for television in 2011 was "scripted reality", a horrific blend of documentary and soap opera which gave us such delights as Desperate Scousewives and The Only Way Is Essex, both of which are sufficiently atrocious to make Acorn Antiques look like Boys from the Black Stuff.
Summary: DUBAI - Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum will deliver a lecture on Thursday on the theme 'Spirit of the Union', the watchword that marks the 40th anniversary of UAE National Day.
"Delivery will be the watchword of the next Welsh Labour Government."
Mr Brown, who once said prudence was his watchword, wants to spend money he hasn't got by increasing public sector debt.
COOL is the watchword for toddler boys for the coming season.
Cutting-edge research was the watchword at a conference held in Orlando this March by the American Heart Association and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.
"Poverty alleviation is peace" is Yunnus' watchword (Nat.
What a striking opening sentence--"With accountability becoming the watchword in athletic administration ...!" That could have been written yesterday instead of 23 years ago and been right on the mark.