The name is a take-off on a catch-phrase
used by Sabres' broadcaster Rick Jeanneret in reference to player scoring into the top of the net.
By series' end, the filmmakers ape the current religious catch-phrase
``What would Jesus do?
Nothing strikes fear in the hearts of insurers like the words "the next asbestos," but that's the catch-phrase
that's being used after an Illinois jury awarded a plaintiff $1 million after finding exposure to welding fumes caused a neurological disease.
As those kinds of issues get forced onto their plates after the naptime that came with the economic boom, erstwhile progressives may find themselves falling back on a catch-phrase
of the industrial era Cherny seems so eager to bury: Which side are you on?
Hawthornes Printers and Skills are both cited by Britain's Institute of Public Policy Research as a good examples of `corporate social engagement'(*), the government's new catch-phrase
for business commitment to social inclusion.
Harry revealed he has a new comic character, known as Ulsterman - based on stuffy Ulster politicians - who repeats the catch-phrase
"It's an outrage" at the drop of a hat.
For many people in this industry, "operationalizing business intelligence" is just a catch-phrase
, but SymphonyRPM actually delivers on what that term is meant to be - consistently delivering information in easy-to-access and understand formats that support managers and employees in daily decision-making situations.