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a phrase that has become a catchword

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However, the twist in the story is that Ranveer did not exactly use Heyman catchphrase. In fact, the advocate himself pointed out in the same tweet that his catchline is "It's Eat Sleep CONQUER Repeat", which he has the copyright for.
The newly minted Grammy winner filed the application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office earlier this month to reserve the catchphrase for use on "paper goods, namely paper cups and posters," according to the application.
The company had portrayed her as a waitress using the catchphrase on a spoof greetings card.
It looked as though Ipswich were the more likely side to score for a while, with another of Barry's catchphrases - this time "oh dear, oh dear" - appearing appropriate on the day.
Instagram user iamvirgosign_08 noted how only 'Batang 90s,' or kids who grew up in the 90s, would be able to relate to the catchphrase as it's only they who could laugh at the jokes.
But for all of Flair's great matches and 16 world title runs, it was his ability on the microphone that made him a true icon and should be featured prominently in ESPN's 30 For 30 documentary entitled "Nature Boy." The WWE Hall of Famer is responsible for some of the most memorable promos in the history of the wrestling business, and his catchphrases have become a part of pop culture. 
The catchphrase is central to Specsavers' marketing campaigns, with adverts featuring hapless people who could have avoided embarrassing situations had they visited the optician beforehand.
Smashie and Nicey Played by: Harry and Paul Catchphrase: "Poptastic!" Dave Nice and Mike Smash are very much like former Radio 1 DJs Mike Read, Simon Bates and Tony Blackburn.
A CARDIFF-BASED interactive entertainment firm has developed new apps for the popular ITV light entertainment programme Catchphrase. As part of its new business strategy Cube Interactive is investing heavily in securing the rights to develop free and revenue generating add-on apps for download for popular programmes such as Catchphrase.
But all too often I find myself rolling my eyes in chagrin at yet another instance of a writer pilfering a nifty little catchphrase from some prior article to incorporate into his own in an attempt to make himself appear clever.
JOHN Longson's reign as Car Park Catchphrase champion is over.
Mr Cameron triggered a furious row when, in April, he parroted the catchphrase made famous by film director Michael Winner in a TV advert.
Similarly, the Players Association and teams would have to share royalties if they want to use the covered logo or catchphrase. Generally, if another entity (say a team) uses a phrase or image before the player applies to protect it, the first user gets the rights.
The ad features Democratic candidate Terry Fowler and his catchphrase: "There's no way I'm carrying a stick." The catchphrase is a play on the Teddy Roosevelt quote "Speak softly and carry a big stick," Steve Spencer, Paschall's creative director, said.