George, from boyhood up, had been raised in that school of thought whose watchword
is 'Findings are keepings', and, having ascertained that there was no address attached to the name, he was on the point, I regret to say, of pouching the volume, which already he looked upon as his own, when a figure detached itself from the crowd, and he found himself gazing into a pair of grey and, to his startled conscience, accusing eyes.
He hopes ardently for a steady amelioration of the condition of the masses, proceeding toward a time when all men shall have real opportunity for full development; and freedom is one of his chief watchwords
. But with typical English conservatism he believes that progress must be gradual, and that it should be controlled by order, loyalty, and reverence.
Therefore, gentlemen, the word ELECTION, to my thinking, is in a fair way to cause as much mischief as the words CONSCIENCE and LIBERTY, which ill-defined and ill-understood, were flung broadcast among the people, to serve as watchwords
of revolt and incitements to destruction.
Akeredolu reminded Muslims faithful to let moderation be their watchword
as they celebrate this year's Sallah.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 5, 2019-Dragon Army Acquires Sideways8 and Watchword
Summary: Justice is the watchword
for ensuring stability and prosperity for all
So the watchword
be 'flexibility' conclusion of and we have investigate significant Peter Skelton A botched investigation by West Midlands Police led to the convictions of the Birmingham Six, who were found guilty of the murders a year later.
"Dialogue and persuasion will be the watchword
in a first stage," he said Wednesday following a Cabinet Meeting.
"I'm tired of Stormont being a watchword
for arguing and bickering," she told a packed Assembly chamber at Parliament Buildings after her appointment was confirmed.
STEVE MCCLAREN says patience is the watchword
regarding Newcastle United's incoming defender Chancel Mbemba.
Flexibility is the watchword
in all the CoR's opinions on the future cohesion policy.