01. We're trying to think of a new [slogan] for our business, so if anyone has any suggestions, please let me know.
02. This new [slogan] will be an important feature of our new sales strategy.
03. A micro-brewery here in town has the [slogan] "Think globally, drink locally."
04. A group of demonstrators shouting [slogans], and carrying placards were waiting for the Vice-President when he got off the plane.
05. People were shouting [slogans], and banging drums as the peace march wound its way through the city.
06. [Slogans] for the various candidates can be seen on posters all over town as election day approaches.
07. The candidate is running under the [slogan] "Time for a change."
08. The election speech was full of meaningless, clichéd [slogans] that didn't really mean anything.
09. This new [slogan] we've been using in our advertising campaign has resulted in an increase in sales of almost ten percent.
10. There is a growing movement in many cities to reclaim the streets from advertisers who put their billboards and [slogans] everywhere in our supposedly public spaces.
11. Sathya Sai Baba once stated, "Less luggage, more comfort is a [slogan] for a journey of life; reduce desires, loosen attachment, and you will win freedom."
12. Edward Murrow once remarked that our major obligation is not to mistake [slogans] for solutions.
13. Ursula K. LeGuin once suggested that the preservation of life seems to be rather a [slogan] than a genuine goal of the anti-abortion forces; what they want is control.
14. Nikita Kruschev once said that if you feed people just with revolutionary [slogans] they will listen today, they will listen tomorrow, they will listen the day after tomorrow, but on the fourth day they will say "To hell with you!"
15. Herbert Hoover once noted that the [slogan] of progress is changing from the full dinner pail to the full garage.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

(of a Highland clan) / (of soldiers)

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