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a phrase that has become a catchword

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The biggest stars to ever make it in WWE all have one or two famous quotes or catchphrases that cross over into the mainstream.
its former and current owners Josiah Jenkins and Matthew Gruettner, respectively-as well as Appnoxious LLC and Squad Social LLC for monetizing her catchphrase through the 'Cash Me Outside' app.
There was also the dawn of the "Alternative" comedy scene which made catchphrases and innuendofuelled saucy comedy on TV redundant.
When a catchphrase is coined, such as the unforgettable likes of "well jel", "no carbs before Marbs" and any sort of "vajazzle", Lime will now technically own it.
So when a new catchphrase is coined - such as the unforgettable likes of "well jel", "no carbs before Marbs" and any sort of "vajazzle" - Lime will technically own it.
A CARDIFF-BASED interactive entertainment firm has developed new apps for the popular ITV light entertainment programme Catchphrase.
Fans have left floral tributes to the comic on Blackpool's Comedy Carpet - a series of comedy catchphrases laid out on the resort's promenade.
Tippecanoe and Tyler Too: Famous Slogans and Catchphrases in American History.
A recent front page New York Times story on sports figures who are seeking trademark protection for personal logos and catchphrases for use on apparel and other merchandise misses a key benefit: The athletes are establishing a business that benefits them directly as opposed to the traditional merchandise business controlled by the Players Associations for each of the leagues.
It's surprising how many of the catchphrases have stood the test of time.
Cassell's Dictionary of Catchphrases by Nigel Rees (Cassell Reference, pounds 9.
100 Movie Quotes: America's Greatest Quips, Comebacks and Catchphrases on CBS June 21.
He helped create Loadsamoney and Stavros for his old mate Harry Enfield before going on to think up the catchphrases 'suit you, sir,' and 'jumpers for goalposts,' on The Fast Show.
To help promote that philosophy in a rapid-growth environment, Nettles says he relies on certain catchphrases, his feeling being that they are a succinct means of communicating important concepts throughout the organization.