Cultural diversity is no longer a positive catch-word
but is rather perceived as a major problem by many Europeans.
The justice theme was a constant at Assembly but other than Tuesday night's focus on First Nations it tended to be a catch-word
that lacked definition and content--more water than wine.
The new catch-word
between today's radio station's sales department and its advertisers is "clusters," the number of radio stations any given company owns in a single market.
The company's acquisition of Catch-Word
, an online journal converter and distributor, for $15.4 million in February marked a significant stage in its evolution, gaining it prominent column inches in the Financial Times.
Girard said the catch-word
here is `imminent.' Imminent does not mean immediate, but is misinterpreted as such, said Girard.
Quit falling for the catch-words
"Benghazi," "emails," "lack of transparency" and so on; we keep hearing them all - and now we hear "crooked Hillary" from Trump.