1 I wish the exclamation mark had not been painted out, it would have made the slogan more forceful.
2 The Commission's already spent money on a logo and slogan both of which will be unveiled at the launch of the anti-smoking campaign on Tuesday and which will be followed up by a series of EU wide TV and cinema adverts.
3 Though the ad writers came up with an original way to publicize the product, the head office rejected it for a more prosaic, ordinary slogan.
4 Lexy was a master of polemical rhetoric; she should have worn a T-shirt with the slogan "Born to Debate.".
5 Such a slogan will bind us hand and foot.
6 The slogan was a pun on the name of the product.
7 The demonstrators carried banners bearing various slogans.
8 The "freedom to learn" has become just another one of the government's empty slogans.