“Chant” in the news
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· Katy Perry says she and Orlando Bloom are ‘bound by conspiracies and aliens’ →
In a new interview with The Sunday Times Style, the singer revealed Lord of the Rings star Bloom gets up at 7am every morning and “chants for an hour”.
· Advice from a woman who survived covid-19, the 1918 flu — and cancer →
She also recalls kids reciting political chants they learned from their parents for the 1928 presidential election between Herbert Hoover and Al Smith.
· "Bruiser" director behind Bugsy Malone, Midnight Express and Evita →
His rise was swift, and by the mid-1970s he was one of the best-known names in the business, responsible for Leonard Rossiter slinging a glass of Cinzano over Joan Collins’s décolletage and the Wonderloaf footballers chanting “Nice One, Cyril”.
· For August 5 ceremony, special dress with nine gems stitched using golden thread for Ram Lalla →
Passersby often greet them with chants of ‘Jai Sriram’ which the duo is quick to reciprocate, much to the delight of the visiting devotees.
· Nearly 9,000 fans attend K League matches over weekend →
Eating, chanting and singing are prohibited at their seats.
· As federal troops withdraw, Portland protesters dig in →
After the recent deal with the government, local, state and federal law enforcement remained largely absent from the central zone, and protests have ended mostly peacefully, with chanting and singing.
· After the fires: rebuilding Minneapolis in the wake of Black Lives Matter →
Blue Lives Matter!” he chants into a megaphone.
The New York Times
· As Feds Retreat in Portland, Protesters Return to Original Foe: Local Police →
At the precinct on Saturday night, the crowd stood on the street and chanted.
· (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Aug. 3) →
They did not make any rally chants or hold up pickets.
· How corruption and a seemingly complicit federal agency left students and professors unprotected →
“Dream Center Education Holdings can’t do that!” a chorus of idealists chanted.