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Of course, Shah Sahib would want the new CJ not to take so many sue motto notices.
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The real truth will never be known, as the council records from 1414-30, thwill never be known, records from 1414-30, the time period when the motto was apparently chosen, have been lost.
The House of Representatives has passed a resolution reaffirming "In God We Trust" as the national motto and calling for its display in public schools and other government buildings.
The campaign of Mottos Banker did not really take off, but Charlie Lister's dog had looked good in winning a trial stakes at Wimbledon on his return from a lengthy absence and does have good winning form round here to his credit last year.
An enduring statement of Airmen's pride in their service, the motto is a two-part expression--a call to action with a response of commitment.
LANCASTER -- Sparking the latest debate about religion and government, the Lancaster City Council has unanimously approved placing the motto "In God We Trust" on the back wall of the council chambers.
Following an exhibition at the Godfrey Pilkington Gallery in St Helens town centre which opens today, the mottos will be transferred to the billboards.
Apparently he is looking for a simple motto which is supposed to sum up what he feels makes this country so great.
The items are, in general, quite skilfully decorated but retain at the same time a certain naove charm found also in the mottos.
The Mottos purchased the Zimmer Grove home, a pleasant two-story dwelling, partly because they liked the concept of "visitability.
UNSUNG: SBS hero in Afghanistan; REVAMP: Current SAS and SBS rival mottos