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The protest included only about 50 people, who waved signs and shouted anti-vaccine slogans.
Perhaps more than any speech or slogan, it will be figures like Brooks who help break the political fever in Washington.
THE HEALING POWER OF GARTH BROOKSPHILIP ELLIOTTJANUARY 21, 2021TIME
He boasted that Nongfu sold only natural water, and his company’s slogan, “Nongfu tastes a bit sweet,” became known in households across China.
In September, Apple introduced the Watch Series 6, with the slogan “The future of health is on your wrist.”
The ad points to Warnock's endorsements from Democracy for America and MoveOn as evidence that he's the candidate of the defund-the-police movement, a common tactic deployed this year against Democrats who had said they disagree with that slogan.
Their current slogan is “Reliably Smart,” which reflects its renewed focus on lifestyle and smart home products.
People just won’t necessarily be able to say, because the conversation has been consumed by slogans — and frankly they are also slogans that have been weaponized by our political opponents.
She wanted to do something in the streets, where those who might never attend a feminist meeting would see the slogans.
Obama ran off a hope slogan and people in 2008 saw America going to this unity cause.
HIGH ANXIETYTRUTHBETOLDNOVEMBER 4, 2020TRUTHBETOLD.NEWS
We can remind ourselves that our movements do not spring from the ideas of some social media “influencer” and are not tied to a slogan on a t-shirt, but have deep roots in decades, even centuries, of grassroots organizing.

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