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  • n. Plural form of catchcry.


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  • In the second part of my paper I presented the four principles as the competing discourses, catchcries or mantras of four teams, rivals for players and audience.


  • Rather, they might be seen as the catchcries for four different bioethical football teams -- or perhaps for some in this audience I should say four basketball teams.


  • Raw politics is making the arrival of boatpeople a divisive issue once more when it shouldn't be, and the Rudd government is as culpable as the Coalition when it comes to emotive catchcries and racist innuendo.

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