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In a sad turn of events, the recent endorsement of a major religious group to exclude almost all opposition candidates shows how their use of negative gimmickry has turned off voters who would have considered them.
On the other side, we wholly work to serve the masses as we do not know such gimmickry or fake development.
"Kashmir is an unresolved issue between Pakistan and India and summoning the Pakistani high commissioner is political gimmickry," Dr Faisal said.
(Prime Minister Narendra) Modiji's new definition of GDP is 'Gimmickry Data Product'." Surjewala alleged a failed "Modinomics plus a Pakoda economic vision" has put India's economy in complete turmoil, and the prime minister and his finance minister have caused economic "mayhem" by the "ill-conceived" decisions of demonetisation, a "flawed" GST coupled with "tax terrorism".
'Deploying the military to every conceivable crisis in the civilian bureaucracy is governance by gimmickry,' De Lima said in a dispatch from Camp Crame.
The MMA Karachi Division President Hafiz Naeem further said that the corrupt rulers are making alliance in attempt to take votes by the innocent people through their political gimmickry; however; the voters should vote for those who are befitting according to the Article 62, 63 of the Constitution.
LAHORE -- Punjab Chief Minister Mohammad Shehbaz Sharif on Wednesday said politics was no gimmickry but a selfless service to people.
He raged: "In its bilious cladding, chaotic form, and frenzied facades, it exhibits the absolute worst in shambolic architectural design and cheap visual gimmickry."
Ernest Doku, mobiles expert at, said: "British smartphone users are wise to gimmickry. While mobile makers need phones that stand out from the throng, they sometimes forget that a phone is primarily a phone and it still needs to do all the basics extremely well, such as make calls and not run out of battery."
"Gastro gimmickry has gone into overdrive in the last few years" - MasterChef presenter Gregg Wallace.
She has said that the gimmickry of the BJP was not going to help it in elections.
Further animated evidence that 3D gimmickry can't improve a rickety script.
While scattering its high quality exhibits to various other places (where exactly, and why?), they left us instead the gimmickry of the Thinktank and the high cost of buying tickets to enter it.
But in his refreshing honesty about reviewing books on Radio 4 without having read them or the madness of being a dad to three boys under the age of four, the human touch outweighs any sense of gimmickry.
The heading of the report is "GCSE shake-up 'smacks of gimmickry", and there are the views of a leading headteacher in Bury St Edmunds, of King Edward VI school.