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One of the slogans of the television advertisements stated that Intellivision was " the closest thing to the real thing "; one example in an advertisement compared golf games.
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Its characters and slogans, such as " The Truth Is Out There ", " Trust No One ", and " I Want to Believe " became popular culture touchstones in the 1990s.
The tagline changes in specific episodes to other X-Files slogans that are relevant to that episode, such as " Trust No One " in " The Erlenmeyer Flask ", " Everything Dies " in " Herrenvolk ", and " They're Watching " in " Trust No 1 ".
One of ATTAC's slogans is " The World is not for sale ", denouncing the " merchandisation " of society.
" One of the MPR's slogans was " Neither left nor right ," to which would be added " nor even center " in later years.
One of his slogans was that the taxpayer was going to get " a dollar's worth of defense for every dollar spent " by the Pentagon, an approach that Truman approved.
The Journal was known for its slogans, including " One Touch of Leno Makes the Whole World Grin " and " Won't wash clothes but will mangle melancholy ".
One of the original slogans of the Whopper advertised by Burger King was There are 1024 ways to have a Whopper ; the claim is based on an exponential function of whether the sandwich has the ingredient or not.
From the late 1980s to the mid-1990s, the slogans Liderança absoluto do segundo lugar ( from the network's launch until 1987 ), Quem Procura Acha Aqui ( three versions: 1987, 1988 and 1989 ), Vem Que é Bom ( 1991 ) Se Liga no SBT ( 1993 ) and Fique ligado no SBT ( 1995 ) were nearly identical to NBC's slogans " Let's All Be There " ( two versions, 1983 – 84 and 1984 – 86 ) and " Come Home to NBC " ( 1987 ); CBS's " Get Ready for CBS " ( 1990 ); and ABC's " Still the One " ( 1977 – 79 ) and America's Watching ABC ( 1989 – 90 ).
They also put together their first book for publication ; the first volume in a projected project known as The Million and One Names of COUM appeared in 1972, containing 1001 slogans, such as " COUM are Fab and Kinky " and " A thousand and one ways to COUM.
* Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer – " One people, one nation, one leader "; one of the most-repeated slogans of the NSDAP
One of its early slogans was " The Shortcut to Success " and it offered " reasonable terms " and a " money-back guarantee.
In an 13 October 2004 news story, Channel One reporter Natalya Kondratyuk declared that " the Premier, as a candidate, is adding to his ratings by working on the economy and by solving current social problems ; he does not use slogans ; he is not criticizing his opponent ; and he is not creating scandals.
One and television
Volumes One and Two, selected from the sound tracks of a television series, contain `` conversations with the elder wise men of our day ''.
One of the two head offices of the Aargauer Zeitung, Switzerland's fifth largest newspaper, is located in Aarau, as are the Tele M1 television channel studios, and several radio stations.
A further announcement by Head of television news Peter Horrocks came at the same time as Bakhurst's appointment in which he outlined his plan to provide more funding and resources for the channel and shift the corporation's emphasis regarding news away from the traditional BBC One bulletins and across to the rolling news channel.
News 24 updated the title colours slightly to match those of BBC One bulletins in time for the 50th anniversary of BBC television news on 5 July 2004.
Charles first appeared on television as the resident poet on the arts programme Riverside on BBC2, and on the day-time BBC1 chat show Pebble Mill at One.
Frances ' daughter, Christine Lynch, appeared in an episode of the television programme Antiques Roadshow in Belfast, broadcast on BBC One in January 2009, with the photographs and one of the cameras given to the girls by Conan Doyle.
In the late 1970s, Kerry Packer established the rival World Series Cricket ( WSC ) competition, and it introduced many of the features of One Day International cricket that are now commonplace, including coloured uniforms, matches played at night under floodlights with a white ball and dark sight screens, and, for television broadcasts, multiple camera angles, effects microphones to capture sounds from the players on the pitch, and on-screen graphics.
He next played the psychotic wife-beating husband of Twiggy in her American film debut, W. Benedict starred in the television series Chopper One which aired for one season in 1974.
Formula One had a total global television audience of 527 million people during the course of the 2010 FIA Formula One World Championship.
Commercial television channels are provided by Southern Cross Tasmania, Tasmanian Digital Television ( TDT ), also providing One HD in high definition only, and WIN Television, also providing the nationwide Go!
In 1991 Jim Jarmusch appeared as himself in Episode One of John Lurie's cult television series Fishing With John.
One international bestseller and numerous articles on the subject have been published, and a 2011 television film produced, about the incident.
One view emphasizes events occurring during and after the U. S. Occupation of Japan ( 1945 – 1952 ), and stresses U. S. cultural influences, including U. S. comics ( brought to Japan by the GIs ) and images and themes from U. S. television, film, and cartoons ( especially Disney ).
One unique feature of the show was the Mouseketeer Roll Call, in which many ( but not all ) of that day's line-up of regular performers would introduce themselves by name to the television audience.
To present a widescreen movie on such a television requires one of two techniques to accommodate this difference: One is " letterboxing ", which preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio, but is not as tall as a standard television screen, leaving black bars at the top and bottom of the screen ; the other more common technique is to " pan and scan ", filling the full height of the screen, but cropping it horizontally.