In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Obviously the sloganeers knew that almost everyone was aware that those gaps existed and is unhappy about them.
- Froberg takes on the role of misanthropic sloganeer or street-corner proselytizer, belting out his apocalyptic aphorisms over furiously oscillating punk rock.
- It needs a committed Government to provide and implement those solutions; it does not need sloganeers.
- Moderation makes such poor material for sloganeers.
- In the emotional reaction to the attacks in New York and Washington, sloganeers drowned out intelligence.
- MacPhee traces stencil graffiti from Marxist sloganeers in postwar Europe to Cold War revolutionaries to '70s conceptual artists, punks and finally a mishmash of skaters and other urban subculturists in the '80s and '90s.
- You are one of the leading conservative sloganeers who arrogantly claim a lock on the moral high ground while deriding those who dare to ‘deviate’ from your ‘norm.’
- So, the sloganeers have found common cause with the nervous backbench nobodies and the jilted ex-Ministers in the pursuit of lowest common denominator personality politics.
- Last Sunday the show paid tribute to an ad man, the Shakespeare of sloganeers.
- Fraternal brotherhood may be good for sloganeers at conferences, but it doesn't cement a proper relationship where both sides bring something unique to the table.
- Now the sloganeers at the Post's editorial department have come up with a new catch-phrase.
- And this guy is a real pacifist, not a tag-along sloganeer.
- It's all very art school and very London, and it's no surprise that they're cohorts of the atrocious sloganeer.
- It opens the door to political, ideological and religious sloganeers.
- Like Frey, his enemy throughout the recovery process is not the cheerless environment of rehab, but the moronic cheerfulness of recovery sloganeering.
- Death, suffering, starvation and suffering abound, not to mention the endless mantras and sloganeering.
- After an hour of singing, sloganeering and speeches on everything from Palestine to Cuba, the protest has made its symbolic statement and it's time to go home.
- Too much of what we read is sloganeering, consisting of bald assertions founded on unexamined choices.
- Too often worn down by sloganeering or lost in misquotation, the truths of this statement are delicate, and seldom receive the careful consideration they demand.
- He argues that the Government should help rebuild confidence in communities by tackling an unjustified fear of crime, but instead is talking it up with sloganeering about ‘yobs’.
- When acting on behalf of the public, it ought always have a clear reason for what it is doing, that it can articulate without shame, sloganeering, or reliance on non-existent evidence.
- General strikes and sloganeering have become common in this Himalayan kingdom.
- The people cannot successfully trade in the ineffectual language of protest marches and strikes, shutdowns and sloganeering that are the triggers of people in search of a constituency.
- I think the problems the church faces are more complicated than just quips and labels and sloganeering.
- Land lends itself too easily to sloganeering and an unquestioning intellectual certainty about the course of struggle.
- McCrann has exhibited how superior intellect will defeat sloganeering hands down.
- The only things I'm definitely against are short-termist thinking, nationalism, cheap arguments and sloganeering.
- Inside, dozens of stalls sold goods ranging from Palestinian olive oil to sloganeering tee shirts advertising everything from cannabis and Che Guevera to ‘No Sweat’ fair trade plimsolls.
- Since I'll probably be more offended by sloganeering with which I disagree than with sloganeering with which I agree, here is a plea for all sides to try to be as constructive as possible.
- We should associate it with birthday parties and ball games, not sloganeering and party lines.
- One common emotion is driving the small army of Korean protesters marching, sloganeering and even demanding the withdrawal of an old ally: their shock, then anger, over the lack of any one being punished.
- If the conservatives forced them to exit ivory towers to slug it out in the real world, this book is one welcome result, making the right seem like sloganeering one-trick ponies in comparison.
- Clearly, we're still engaged in sloganeering, but these slogans could lead to more significant change.
- Using images derived from mass psychology, public participation is distorted into little more than sloganeering, by ambitious politicians and symbolic politics.
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