What frustrates me with buzzwords
is that by trying to sound important, they tend to confuse what really is important.
with more meaningful words and phrases and details of your expertise and experience.
That record ensured more and better patronage and the run of success has continued unabated, featuring top-level victories from 6f (by Regal Parade at Haydock) to 1m4f, famously by the admirable Sariska in the Oaks and Irish Oaks, and now by Buzzword
, his sire's 16th individual Group 1 scorer.
was always up with the pace and he showed the turn of foot that he has to good effect.
Chief Godolphin jockey Frankie Dettori takes the ride on Rewilding and Emirati Ahman Ajtebi will ride Buzzword
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.
That upturn in fortunes is good reason to fancy Buzzword
, but there was also plenty to like about his debut effort at Windsor at the end of last month.
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.
Nonetheless, I cannot possibly deny that 'agency' as an abstract concept, as he claims, has become a buzzword
both in archaeology and in the humanities and social sciences as a whole over the past 15 to 20 years.
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