The rallying cry
was made at the first ever Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE) Network event held in Birmingham and was designed to support LAGs in delivering RDPE grants to benefit local people.
Rotherham chairman Denis Coleman has issued a rallying cry
to supporters after the club went into administration.
BIG Robert booked his ticket for Glorious Goodwood as he claimed the scalp of Godolphin's Rallying Cry
in the ladbrokes.
Al Tharib and Big Robert, who both look better suited by the ground than Rallying Cry
, are decent on their day and the Godolphin three-year-old will have to be at his best to see them off
Humanists often overlook the inherent chaos, guile, and disingenuous nature of us all while reciting the jejune rallying cry
of human based-ethics, reason, morality, and compassion.
Indeed, it is a very good thing, Bhagwati argues, despite its foes' protests that it is a tool for corporations to take over the world; its emergence as a rallying cry
for every conceivable kind of protectionism; and its sometimes damaging impact on a specific economy, a part of the environment or time-honored business-as-usual.
The Society will: The Society's plans for accomplishing this run more than 200 pages, but it was immediately clear that these ambitious goals can never be reached without a powerful rallying cry
And the association between LGBT rights and secular humanism has made homophobia a rallying cry
for fundamentalists of all religious persuasions.
Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy'' is a pointedly, cheekily and, above all, entertainingly heartfelt rallying cry
for all women who have ever feared the specter of breast cancer.
Even National Education Association President Reg Weaver stopped short of using the results as a rallying cry
for public schools.
Nothing short of an international intervention can stop the genocide in Darfur, and this continues to be the rallying cry
Thrive' is now the rallying cry
for how we care for our members.
Delia Smith's half-time rallying cry
of 'let's be 'aving you' at a Norwich City football match could be turned into a song by rock band Doves.
Despite this early rallying cry
of missions, and other attempts to bring Baptists together in subsequent decades, unity among Baptists remained elusive.
Buttiglione's rallying cry
against Europe's "secular fundamentalism" was launched at a Catholic conference in Madrid in November 2004.