flavor of the week


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flavor of the week

Something temporary. The phrase is often used to describe fleeting romantic relationships. I wouldn't get too attached to Katie, she's just Ralph's flavor of the week—they'll break up in no time. You change majors all the time, and Biology is just the flavor of the week, trust me!
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In early 2018 the .224 Valkyrie became the flavor of the week. It features a short, fat casing that will work in 6.8mm SPC magazines.
The story is decidedly more mature than Tucker Shaw's Flavor of the Week or Susan Heyboer O'Keefe's Death by Eggplant, this reader was reminded of the films Chocolate and Big Night as the aromas of Rome wafted off the pages.
(Do we really need not one but two facsimiles of Madonna--in her faux-virgin period and her sinewy "Vogue" poses--in act two's "Flavor of the Week"?) The jumbled chronology and frenzied pace come to seem a disguise for an underlying lack of narrative drive and coherence.
Without a commitment from the examination team and their supervisors, the new procedure could well be viewed as the latest "flavor of the week," i.e., a mere reworking of other initiatives without an underlying change in philosophy.
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* Dabblers: Those that launch a program simply because it is the "flavor of the week." Ultimately, they won't be successful because they don't take it seriously.
Yes, Arizona State all of a sudden looks solid in first place with four consecutive wins, a sweep on the road and its next three games at home, but are the Sun Devils only the flavor of the week?
Marquez, though, makes it clear that Fizzy Fruit isn't just trying to be the flavor of the week in the world of kid's food.
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