Motto


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Motto

A saying inscribed on a coin, especially but not necessarily the official motto of a country. For example, all American coins are inscribed with "In God We Trust," the motto of the United States.
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The Childress Police Department came under fire in October for displaying the stickers, and the Freedom From Religion Foundation, a Wisconsin-based national church-state watchdog group, pressured the department to stop using the motto.
In addition to crafting unique blends, the Motto winemaking team has thought of different ways to defy ordinary by taking a new approach to making California wine, including:
The state's motto is frequently invoked by politicians.
8220;When I first learned about the Motto plaster I had to try it myself because I was suffering from gout.
There's nothing wrong or unconstitutional about officers finding solace in the words of the motto, and it should comfort nonbelievers to encounter law enforcement officers that subscribe to a belief system, Springer said.
Bazinet's proposal the night it was introduced and returned to the motto matter April 23.
It's disgraceful that the very people who claim to treasure the motto so much aren't above using it to score cheap political points.
George Maynard and his wife, followers of the Jehovah's Witnesses faith, viewed the motto as repugnant to their moral, religious, and political beliefs, and for this reason they covered up the motto on the license plates of their jointly owned family automobiles.
But Councilwoman Sherry Marquez, who was elected in April, said she proposed the motto not to promote religion but rather to reflect patriotism.
THE Big Art Project is taking hold in St Helens as the town searches for a new motto which celebrates it.
His motto, AND DREW JOSH, alludes to the fact that other candidates rib him in debates.
But they have: After the senior class at McKenzie High School chose these words as our class motto for graduation, we were told we could not use them because of their biblical source.