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The chief executive (Annie Fox) spouts neo-corporate gobbledygook and the youthful employees — they might be in a remake of “Logan’s Run,” the science-fiction film in which people over 30 are killed off — have gulped the Kool-Aid, chanting the mantra “The world is a better place because of us.”
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Instead, this ceremony, with its intense, cryptic chanting sends a loud, early warning signal that something has gone wrong — but what?
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The second half of extra time is played out to the backdrop of a few defiant chants, but the game is up once Bryan scores his second goal of the night.
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Modi offered prayers to nine stone blocks with Ram inscribed on them and kept in a small pit amid chanting of Hindu religious hymns to symbolize the start of construction of the temple, which is expected to take 3 1/2 years to complete.
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Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri visited the grave of his late father who was killed in a suicide truck bomb in February 2005, telling reporters, “They killed Beirut yesterday.” After he left, protesters chanted slogans against Lebanon’s entire political class, including Hariri, and fistfights broke out between his supporters and protesters.
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“There was a lot of chanting, singing, it was unifying,” he says, “it was hopeful.”
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They are fluent in languages from both sides of the Atlantic — the chants, the rhythms, the drums, the movement, the adornment, the occasions, the occurrences, the rituals, ancient and future.
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“All of them means all of them,” the protesters chanted, in recognition that despite the bogus adversarial theatre in parliament, the country’s political parties and leaders were all the same.
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Not for him the cures being peddled by the quacks, godmen and members of parliament in his party – drinking cow urine, a magic potion called Coronil, blowing conch shells and banging pots and pans, reciting the Hanuman Chalisa, chanting “Go, Corona, Go!” in the flat intonations of a Sanskrit sloka.