message stick


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message stick

n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) a stick bearing carved symbols, carried by a native Australian as identification
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McGowan Government releases preliminary response to the Coroner's Inquest into Aboriginal youth suicide in the Kimberley and the Message Stick Inquiry
Kewalani even composed a song on conservation which her group sang during the competition to make the message stick with the young audience.
After bombarding motorists with suggestive business cards offering massage 'services', the masseurs of Dubai are now resorting to a whole new way of making their message stick out, as Jordanian Dana Al Sabti found out recently.
That format, we hope, will help make the message stick.
Making Your Message Stick, DVD, Susan Fee, www.ACAbookstore.org
I think we have to make that message stick but in new ways.
But whether it's a multi-million pound TV campaign or web-based viral, it's about grabbing the attention and making the message stick. Ian added: "When I joined the industry it was all about television and billboards but it has moved on.
Aboriginal elder Matilda House, standing barefoot and wearing a coat of animal skins, delivered a traditional message stick to Rudd to mark the first sitting of parliament since Rudd's Labor Party won power in last November's elections.
Without being alarmist, life insurers providing retirement products need to find a way to make their message stick.
Repetition often helps make a message stick in the mind.
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