With the first day of summer and National Mosquito Awareness Week kicking off today, the annual battle cry
and relentless attack of mosquitoes has begun.
My criticism was of President Bush, who turned what should have been a moving and well-deserved tribute to veterans into a battle cry
for a new war.
On the eve of today's Second npower Test, pied piper Gough sounded a Churchillian battle cry
by warning the Aussies: "Lord's is our home and we will defend it.
Performance management, network optimization and bandwidth efficiency are the battle cry
for today's cable companies seeking fast, efficient and reliable deployment of VOD, VoIP and other advanced services - Acterna's DSAM 3500 and 3600 were designed to meet this need," said Bill Robertson, vice president of marketing and international sales for Acterna's Cable Networks Division.
Short-term tactical has been the battle cry
for technology solutions for the last 18 months.
I remember World War II, the battle cry
was, ``Beat the Japanese - Whip the Germans,'' Well, we did.
The Trade Secretary sounded his battle cry
as he launched a national campaign for industry to pip foreign rivals.
Mark Stevens shows how to conceive an innovative, effective marketing strategy--like Bill Gates' battle cry
of "putting a computer on every desk and in every home"-- and then monitor the results.
And to claim your England battle cry
, just take the voucher below to any of frozen food giant Iceland's 700 stores nationwide.
That is why the EPM Analytics battle cry
-- "One version of the truth
Vilanch - the writer everybody means when they send up the Hollywood battle cry
The battle cry
during the war was ``Remember Pearl Harbor,'' not ``Remember Europe.
No-data-loss" Is Battle Cry
of Texas Software Firm That Takes
John Ondrasik, a 32-year-old who grew up in the Valley and now lives in Encino, has made the reprimand his battle cry
as a singer-songwriter.
Managing risk has become the battle cry
of investors everywhere.