A related problem is that buzzwords
or catchphrases can marginalize what's important.
with more meaningful words and phrases and details of your expertise and experience.
had a busy first season when in the care of Saeed Bin Suroor, running eight times between the end of June and early November.
Zazou looked like taking the prize for trainer Mario Hofer but he could not hold Buzzword
, who proved the stronger in the closing stages.
And yet, for all the wealth of information and discourse on democracy, for all the structures it must erect to be truly viable, the buzzword
disease has taken hold and almost no one, from layman to student to politician, can say or hear the word without the mind's eye turning to a single sort of image: a voter submitting a ballot, his or her hopes and dreams writ large upon that folded piece of paper, given form by the box it slides into.
Al Zarooni believes Buzzword
is worth another chance at a mile and a half.
Frankie Dettori and Buzzword
were the hot favourites for the Solario Stakes on the track's big charity day, but Shakespearean refused to give anything away.
Richard Hills set the pace tracked closely by Hayley Turner on Prompter with Buzzword
(5-4) on the rails.
Their juveniles are running well, a point proven by Buzzword
at Windsor on Monday; he was backed as if defeat was out of the question and so it proved.
From the March issue: Six months ago, "luxury" was the all-encompassing buzzword
of Manhattan real estate.
THIS week's buzzword
dreamed up by the government is "fuel poverty", defined as a household where more than 10 per cent of the income is spent on fuel.
Walston's website received more than 2,000 nominations for buzzwords
and it has also become a popular feature on the Internet with nearly 10,000 folks receiving BuzzWhack's daily e-mail, Buzzword
of the Day.
du jour in Los Angeles City Hall seems to be ``condo conversions.
Please e-mail your buzzword
to Paul Bergeron, NAA's Director of Communications, at paul@naahq.
It is imperative that our industry define middleware, or rename it, before its significant benefits are lost in the buzzword