If Government and special interest groups together continue to treat business with suspicion, and profit as a dirty word
, if they continue to pile regulation and pressures on profitmakers, more and more UK businesses will disappear.
NOT SO LONG AGO, "CENTRIST" WAS practically a dirty word
Convergence has never sounded more like a dirty word
Nobody ran miles, marathoning was a dirty word
, and there were no such things as shot-putting, triple-jumping, and the pole vault.
Divorce is a dirty word
in our community, and women are expected to stay with their husbands.
Though reengineering has become a dirty word
for some, CEOs must take to heart their customers' strong need for increased speed to market.
When I was a kid I always had my nose in a book - mainly because my parents couldn't afford Kleenex - but these days literature seems to be a dirty word
when in fact that's true only of dirty litS erature.
I'M SHOCKED, but half expected, the "Irish vote" on Europe - a black day for democracy, which is a dirty word
which has become meaningless in Great Britain.
FOR years, from Mrs Thatcher right up to Mr Brown, nationalisation has been a dirty word
Like the word nationalist is a dirty word
and something to be ashamed of.
Profiles of and words of wisdom from diverse role models including Jimmy Carter, Helen Gurley Brown, and Warren Buffett make the case that "aging is not a dirty word
If "fat" has become a dirty word
in your nutritional arsenal, you should know that all fats are not the same.
He's not going to like that because work is a dirty word
The first two or three times he says the dirty word
, it's funny.
It may or may not be eventually deleted ("deleted" is a dirty word
in certain public sector circles).