Terroir has certainly been one of those hot buzz words
, and rightly so.
New Delhi [India], Jul 5 ( ANI ): The latest buzz word
in the national capital is 'liquid nitrogen,' after a recent incident where a Delhi-based man landed up in hospital after drinking a cocktail, containing liquid nitrogen.
So much for his buzz word
of the moment, "tolerance".
Is it because of an underlying psychological condition, a deep-rooted childhood trauma, a personality disorder, bullying, abuse, boredom, frustration, an outlet for that bandied about buzz word
Rowling's Potter series provoked -- to use the current buzz word
in reviewers circles -- frissons of excitement among viewers on both sides of the Atlantic.
"Last year creativity was almost every organisation's favourite buzz word
, " said the report's author Alex McKie.
The buzz word
"community" is massively overworked in other contexts.
So affordability is once more the buzz word
to give people that chance for their independence and although 466 new homes in Milnsbridge are a welcome boost, there is an awful long way to go to meet the demand.
It was the way in which our grandparents played their part in the recycling efforts before recycling became the buzz word
it is today.
They give us what we show them we want and, at the moment, the buzz word
"Empowerment" seems to be the new buzz word
used by the politicians.
Obesity has been the buzz word
on the lips of health experts, sporting greats and MPs over recent months.
Add to that the buzz word
'zest', which is also as overworked, and you have a recipe to make you want to reach for the mute button.
SIR - Choice is the latest buzz word
, with the Conservatives and Labour both unveiling their plans for health and education.
Arguably the biggest "buzz word
" of the current year has been "learning or knowledge object".