credo credo  /ˈkreɪ doʊ/


  • (n) any system of principles or beliefs


  1. It all comes back to a show-business credo that festivals often forget: please the customers.
  2. Competition is the core of the Sachs credo.
  3. Since then, his credo has been constant: no pain is too great if it gives pleasure to the crowd.


  1. Huge Obama donor, Democracy Alliance founder turns over domestic spying

    A wireless provider with ties to the secret dark money group the Democracy Alliance is pushing back against the Obama administration's surveillance of customers. CREDO Mobile cofounder Michael Kieschnick said on Thursday he was "deeply disturbed" by the administration's invasion of individual's civil liberties. "As the CEO of a mobile ...
    on June 8, 2013     Source: The Washington Times

  2. 'Progressive' phone company CREDO Mobile slams govt snooping, but can't stop it

    The nation's wireless companies have been largely silent following revelations that the government is collecting phone records potentially covering millions of Americans from industry giant Verizon. One exception: CREDO Mobile. which bills itself as "America's only progressive phone company."
    on June 7, 2013     Source: CNN Money

  3. Obama picks two voices for intervention, but not in Syria

    In naming Susan Rice and Samantha Power to key national security posts, President Barack Obama has turned to two prominent advocates of liberal interventionism, a foreign-policy credo that calls for the United States to act aggressively to defend human rights — by military means, if necessary.
    on June 6, 2013     Source: Denver Post

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  1. "It is my hope that the IAAF will congratulate me and welcome me to the Olympic stage, thereby living up to its credo to `encourage participation in athletics at all levels throughout the world regardless of age, gender or race, for I am one of...
    on Jan 11, 2008 By: Oscar Pistorius Source: Forbes

  2. "We are adding something to our credo and that is that now we want to say that we deplore sudden changes in exchange rates, and we will be keeping a very watchful eye on the situation," Juncker told a European Parliament committee.
    on Nov 20, 2007 By: Jean-Claude Juncker Source: Reuters

  3. "The credo of 'what happens underground, stays underground' has got to be broken," said Stringer. "The harassment and assault of women in the subway system has been going on for decades."
    on Jul 26, 2007 By: Scott Stringer Source: International Herald Tribune

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