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use "motto" in a sentence

Her left hand holds a globe with an eagle on it and her right arm is outstretched to symbolize the state motto, "Forward." It was only under the Third Republic that the motto was made official.

The motto of the South Australia Police is: 'Keeping SA Safe'.

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mottled or patchy like the skin of Xen creatures.

Mary Gilmore recalled how the brown, mottled birds shot into the air when disturbed, and ‘glittered like sparks in the sun, as they mounted and sang in their myriads.’ Her father built a log fence around the creek flat to exclude horses and cattle.

Legal troubles Although never knocked down as a professional boxer, McCall's career has been mottled by several stints in drug rehabilitation facilities PLUS: BOXING; McCall to Receive An Early Release - New York Times and arrests for disorderly behavior.

The larva is grass green in colour, mottled black and white and smoky grey.

In 1857 he introduced 'mottled soap' which had a marbled appearance.

This species, typically 4.1-8.9 cm (1 3/5-3 1/2 in) long when mature, is characterized by its mottled black, brown and yellow pigmentation, and its long appendages.

The liver may be pale, mottled with red hyperemic areas, the kidney may be swollen and unusuall red, the spleen may be swollen, and the digestive tract may be empty.

Description Budongo, W. Uganda The Crowned Eagle has dark grey upperparts with rufous and white below; its belly and breasts are heavily mottled with black.

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