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Two were pressing me so closely that I could not turn when I heard a movement behind me, and noted that the sound of the battle anthem had ceased.
And the anthem that the organist played cemented Soapy to the iron fence, for he had known it well in the days when his life contained such things as mothers and roses and ambitions and friends and immaculate thoughts and collars.
On the Sabbath day, when the congregation were singing a holy psalm, he could not listen because an anthem of sin rushed loudly upon his ear and drowned all the blessed strain.
There were anthems and prayers and a sermon; and Dr.
Plornish, having been made acquainted with the cause of action from the Defendant's own mouth, gave Arthur to understand that the Plaintiff was a 'Chaunter'--meaning, not a singer of anthems, but a seller of horses--and that he (Plornish) considered that ten shillings in the pound 'would settle handsome,' and that more would be a waste of money.
Anthem executives sometimes use words like "agent" and "broker," and they sometimes refer to wanting commercial health insurance business without apologizing for that.
There have been legal interventions on playing the national anthem in theatres in the past.
Significantly, the practice of playing the British national anthem at the end of Indian films was gradually avoided, lest the viewers dishonour the king and later the queen.
For instance, in August 2014, the police in Kerala slapped IPC Section 124A (sedition) on seven people, including two women, after they failed to stand when the national anthem was played in a Thiruvananthapuram theatre.
During an interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo on Tuesday, Scaramucci quite bizarrely used American music band "Maroon 5" to defend POTUS's knowledge of the National Anthem after he debatably forgot the words.
New Delhi [India], November 25 ( ANI ): Indian shooter Heena Sidhu, who recently bagged a gold medal in women's 10m Air Pistol event here at Commonwealth Shooting Championships, on Saturday said that she does not understand as to why the Supreme Court made a law making it mandatory for the national anthem to be played in movie theaters.
Justice Misra, who had last year made it mandatory for the national anthem to be played before every movie screening at cinema halls, was among the three judges who said that the government should decide whether to modify that order without being influenced by what the court had said.