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The public’s safety has always been at the forefront of our minds—safety is our watchword.
HOW THE U.K. APPROVED PFIZER'S COVID-19 VACCINE FASTER THAN THE U.S. AND EUROPECIARA NUGENTDECEMBER 2, 2020TIME
The watchword of conduct that will clear up all our difficulties is, the plain truth.
THE SALVAGING OF CIVILISATIONH. G. (HERBERT GEORGE) WELLS
The result of this will be that payments back in the customary way can only follow on giving this watchword.
SOCIAL COMPTABILISM, CHEQUE AND CLEARING SERVICE & PROPOSED LAWERNEST SOLVAY
And he himself choose a given private «Watchword» (Losungswort) and inscribe it in the appointed place in the counter-certificate.
SOCIAL COMPTABILISM, CHEQUE AND CLEARING SERVICE & PROPOSED LAWERNEST SOLVAY
If the depositor already has a watchword in connection with his deposit book that watchword is to be inserted.
SOCIAL COMPTABILISM, CHEQUE AND CLEARING SERVICE & PROPOSED LAWERNEST SOLVAY
For sums above 20 florins, the depositor, in case he has no watchword must prove his own identity.
SOCIAL COMPTABILISM, CHEQUE AND CLEARING SERVICE & PROPOSED LAWERNEST SOLVAY
He had adopted as his motto and watchword the fatal Cui bono?
MY NEW CURATEP.A. SHEEHAN
Many years later we shall find a reference to this, the watchword of the young hearer's life.
LIFE OF JOHN COLERIDGE PATTESONCHARLOTTE M. YONGE
Simplicity, so called, was becoming the watchword, and once more antique models were sought for forms and decorations.
THE OLD FURNITURE BOOKN. HUDSON MOORE
His mere figure might have saved the utterance of his watchword, "We must put our enemies in fear."
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, NO. VII, DECEMBER 1850, VOL. IIVARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO WATCHWORD

  • countersign
  • identification
  • key
  • key word
  • open sesame
  • parole
  • phrase
  • signal
  • ticket
  • watchword
  • word
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