The latest buzz word
in modern employment features in an advertisement by a firm of head-hunters on behalf of "one of the largest and most successful betting operations in the UK", with "an extremely strong and respected brand and a good high-street presence".
Alternative officing (AO) is a corporate buzz word
that at first blush conjures up an image of sales staff sharing offices to save the real estate cost of underutilized space.
Why do we need another so-called modern buzz word
The buzz word
in controller Menna Richard's vocabulary when speaking about the report's findings is ``value''.
Organic will become the new buzz word
in the catering world, with pork becoming the meat to eat.
Staycation is a buzz word
in the States, and we could see a similar trend here too," he says.
The buzz word
of Lee's production is clearly ``manic,'' from chases to song delivery to slapstick bits.
Thus in January the buzz word
for many is `repent' as we begin to regret the countless calories we have consumed and, in particular, the un-quantifiable units of booze that we drank.
Meanwhile, unification is not the buzz word
in the IRL as it is in CART.
Demure is the latest buzz word
, though how much effect this will have on the goose pimples on the Newcastle Quayside on a Friday night will remain to be seen.
The term Millennium Bug has been officially declared the buzz word
Toxic mold is the buzz word
associated with high profile mold litigation.
Edwards is exploring ``re-engineering,'' a buzz word
that means looking at the way each function on the base is now done to determine whether there are more efficient ways to do that work.
Grant writers seem to be the real buzz word
of the 1990s.
These photographers are the same as they have always been, regardless of what new buzz word
the media attempt to come up with in order to sanitize their own possible involvement with the paparazzi.