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catchword

Theatre an actor's cue to speak or enter
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Environmental stewardship is not simply a catchword at Delphi, it is being demonstrated through the innovative processes, products and technologies we create," said Glenn Howarth, Delphi director of environmental services.
Word-game addicts, currently enjoying Crosswits and Lucky Ladders, should love Catchword.
POP diva Shakira's name seems to have become a catchword of sorts for Bollywood filmmakers.
Connotion will operate as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Catchword and will sell names developed by its parent in the course of its client work.
Finally, and this is the biggest glitch, the catchword in the film's title -- Kitty Galore -- will be lost out on the target viewership.
Its wireless ability capitalises on the growth of such devices last year and wireless will be the catchword of 2003.
Infotrieve, the market leader in article research and delivery, today announced an agreement with CatchWord that will provide two-way linking of content and partnership on certain cooperative activities.
HOMER Simpson's catchword "Doh" is now offically part of the English language.