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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Relegating the motto to the back of the new shirt is particularly disappointing."
Motto by Hilton hotels will be located in prime neighbourhoods according to Hilton and plan to expand the brand's footprint in urban destinations throughout Europe, the Americas, the Middle East and Asia Pacific.
Loan originators in the Motto Mortgage network work hard to give homebuyers options, and present competitive bids from wholesale lenders - because no loan is one-size-fits-all.
"Rather," it adds, "we find that placing the motto on money is rationally related to the government's legitimate goal of honoring religion's role in American life and in the protection of fundamental rights."
Our school motto is 'believe in yourself' and everyone at Whitehouse Primary loves their new school Rachel Woods a community games area, landscaped an with twoyear- site, children in North single one of yourself' and new "Our of the say to worked create school - best."
"A law enforcement department's decision to display the national motto on its vehicles is consistent with that history.
Paul opened his first New Hampshire speech as a declared Republican presidential candidate in Milford, telling a crowd that ''when the founders of New Hampshire came up with the motto 'Live Free or Die', they didn't leave a lot of wiggle room.''
“With MOTTO USA, we increase our presence and reach in the United States to offer more skin-friendly relief to anyone who suffers from chronic pain and arthritis,” said Tibor Mallasz, president of Motto-Elektro.
Space here does not allow for us to disclose the entire history as to how we got lumbered with this badge and motto, suffice to say that we cannot blame the English this time as it was the London Welsh of the Ancient Society of Britons in 1715 (during the year of the first Jacobite revolt) and later, the Cymrodorion shortly after the later Jacobite Revolt of 1745, who adopted the three feathers and the motto I serve.
The biggest joke is on the journalists who have been criticising the many sue motto notices of the previous Chief Justice and very advising the new CJP to use the legal tool very sparingly.
Whilst Councillor Rooney's enthusiasm for our town's "proud industrial heritage" is welcome will it stretch to restoring our historic town motto 'Erimus' and logo, the Transporter Bridge?
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