She became an assistant district attorney and, in 1978, won a race for Congress on the slogan, “Finally… a tough Democrat.”
On Oct. 22, the Russian opposition will come out under the slogan: “Let's put an end to this regime!”
The poster in question features the slogan “Liberty or Islam?”
“If Daryl Dies, We Riot” is a slogan turned merchandise gold.
The room is tidy, with the slogan “Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité” hanging on the wall.
The cry Cotton is king was not always spoken above a whisper, but as a slogan it caused some fierce struggling.
Edward Bulwer-Lytton gave us the slogan "The pen is mightier than the sword."
It was, too, the slogan of the Crawford party to rally for a new conflict.
The Land of a Million Shacks—that was the slogan of the frontier.
We ought to make profuse use of the slogan which is bound to unite the army with the revolutionary people, Away with the War!
1670s, earlier slogorne (1510s), "battle cry," from Gaelic sluagh-ghairm "battle cry used by Scottish Highland or Irish clans," from sluagh "army, host, slew," from Celtic and Balto-Slavic *slough- "help, service." Second element is gairm "a cry" (see garrulous). Metaphoric sense of "distinctive word or phrase used by a political or other group" is first attested 1704.