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a word printed at the top of the page of a dictionary or other reference book to indicate the first or last item on that page

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Other Truman-era catchwords include give 'em hell, Harry and red herring.
This leads to the third catchword of the last five years: rebalancing.
The bulk of each entry is taken up by the careful descriptions of the miniatures in the text, historiated initials, representations in borders, capitals, catchwords, line endings, and so on, as these occur in each manuscript.
These are the catchwords of the recording world of today.
I grabbed a ballpoint and made notes of some of the many fashionable catchwords and phrases that echoed relentlessly through the hearing room as the afternoon droned on into evening.
If we are truly concerned about the loss of biodiversity, new paradigms of collaboration are needed to address this crisis, not more catchwords.
But catchwords, because they are context specific, have a way of going silly on us, as genuine keywords usually do not.
The Irish Digests provides a summary; including catchwords and headnotes, of each case reported in the Irish Reports, Northern Ireland Reports, Irish Law Reports Monthly, Irish Law Times Reports, Irish Jurist Reports, and Irish Law Journal.
Transparency, accountability (in both the public and private sectors), good governance, legislation and institutional reform--these were the catchwords throughout the conference.
The catchwords in Sakura's booth will be hand-painted dinnerware, and the new licensed Russel Wright collection, which debuts at specialty stores next month, according to Grinspan.
But the terms "multi culturalism" and "the Other" have become tired catchwords by now, and the art chosen for the show looked quite homogeneous, despite its vaunted diversity and pluralism.
Catchwords like "e-economy," "the New Economy," economic "fairness," and "sustainable, ethical business" practices seem to be rolling off of everyone's tongues these days in a rejoicing holler of support for the "democratisation," i.
In other passages Paul is shown to follow free association of words and to bind his thoughts by catchwords rather than syllogisms.
Despite his sceptical treatment of the catchwords 'memory' and 'historical responsibility', Mitten argues convincingly that a responsibly philosemitic political culture was inaugurated in Germany by Willy Brandt and sustained by Richard von Weizsacker, and that a similar culture, combining sincerity with expediency, has recently been promoted by President Klestil and Chancellor Vranitzky.
Coaching, development and marketing are his catchwords.