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UV Wristbands can be embossed or debossed with a business name, tag or catch phrase.
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In the days when radio was king, catch phrases abounded and some still live on.
He learned quickly that the catch phrase he'd been taught in Sunday school--that Israel was "a land without people for a people without land"--was false.
What John Sununu dubbed "the Hundred Hour War" became a catch phrase on the order of "Read My Lips" -- policy neatly packaged for the very media machine the president affected to despise.
Mirante said "doing more with less" has become more than just a catch phrase in the real estate industry.
PODGORICA, Montenegro -- Want a clever catch phrase to promote yourself or your business online?
More practical than repeating the comic catch phrase ``I'm English,but I'm Welsh''.
Chartered surveyors Bulleys' internet catch phrase 'all-round vision' has taken on a new dimension with the introduction of a library of virtual tours on some of the properties being marketed by the agency team.
The Beamer family later publicized the passengers' courageous behavior, and Beamer's words soon became a catch phrase symbolizing the nation's resolve.
Many Anglicans seem to accept the idea expressed in the catch phrase, "We left the Pope, not the Catholic Church.