catchphrase


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a phrase that has become a catchword

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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.
has since changed the name of the game to 'Get Cash Outside' and has removed all traces of Bregoli's catchphrase and avatar.
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.
He also embellished the end of his catchphrases with a funny little noise which we all copied.
With ITV, while not disclosed, it will take the lion's share of downloaded income from the Catchphrase app.
One lucky contestant will go through to the Super Catchphrase for the chance to win a cool PS50,000.
John, a civil engineer, was beaten to the horn to answer the questions about the catchphrase "cutting off her nose to spite her face".
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.
London, Dec 30 (ANI): The grammatically incorrect catchphrase, 'simples', of telly sensation Aleksandr the Meerkat has been voted as the new word of the year.
The catchphrase is a play on the Teddy Roosevelt quote "Speak softly and carry a big stick," Steve Spencer, Paschall's creative director, said.
Irritated that the biggest catchphrase among her male colleagues was Larry the Cable Guy's git-r-done," comedian Cathy Carlson decided it was time for a smutty, chauvinistic catchphrase of our own.
Not to mention putting a new spin on the Mounties' famous catchphrase.
Battle of words: While Democrats decry the Republicans' innate ability to beat down their party with a simple catchphrase like ``cut and run,'' Karl Rove just throws it right back in John Kerry's face.
is the voice of Judas, lending new meaning to his Jerry Maguire catchphrase 'Show me the money