John Q. Public

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John Q. Public

fictitious typical citizen. [Am. Jour.: Mathews, 910]
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A business relationship should benefit both parties, whether you work for Joe Millionaire or Joe Six-Pack. When customers cost too much money, time, staff morale or even aggravation, it's time to fire them.
If you keep reading, it becomes plain whose privacy Ashcroft has in mind, and it isn't Joe Six-Pack's.
Today you might find a space-age, $3,000 technological marvel right next to the Joe Six-Pack $399 recliner on the sales floor.
"For the first time in American history both Joe Six-Pack and Billionaire Bob are watching CNBC to see how their shares in the market are faring."
I don't do my own shopping.The restaurants I go to Joe Six-pack doesn't go to.
"If I were just a private citizen, Joe Six-Pack, I would have mixed feelings about not getting a chance to disprove these allegations in court," President Clinton said.
We look for Joe six-pack." Is he talking about Joe's profoundest convictions and immortal soul?
But the main discrepancy here is that the actual Buchanan is by no means some Joe Six-Pack, with, as Wayne says, lots of "Joe Jobs" involving name tags and hair nets.
His commercial pointed out that when you put "Joe Six-Pack" to work building bridges and other infrastructure, Joe buys a car to go to work in, buys new shoes for kids, takes the wife out to eat, and spends the paycheck.
Today, when people think of the white working class, they are still likely to focus on the imagery of the "average Joe" or the "ordinary guy." Conservatives are particularly fond of evoking "Joe Six-pack" and "Joe the plumber." The dominant imagery is a candidate surrounded by workers in hard hats, usually at a construction site.
Free Palin emphasizes determining which educational programs and practices have been proven effective through the Joe Six-Pack Method.