trite phrase

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I use the trite phrase "power of one" in context of what we are witnessing in several efforts undertaken by my members and associates of AMAA and American Running (AKA).
Bauer admits the trite phrase "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" is still extremely relevant in the spill prevention arena.
With justice for all" should not be just a trite phrase.
22s and although it is a very trite phrase, it really doesn't get any better than this.
People often talk about skills escalators, and it can be a trite phrase, but apprenticeships do offer that and we need to help them exploit that.
The first is that these individuals, randomly gathered though they may be, are, to use a trite phrase, "movers and shakers" in our society.
While it's a trite phrase, I truly believe people are our most important asset," he said.
Well, now more politicians are coming out with the trite phrase "the Iraqi government is not cooperating.
As an amazing revelation, such a trite phrase barely rates a blink of surprise from the rest of us.
It is not a trite phrase," she says, pointing to the Reading by 9 program as a multimillion-dollar, multi-year effort using the "power of the paper" to change "the dynamics" of schooling in Southern California.
When asked how patients will be assigned, the hospital gives vague answers and sometimes defers to the trite phrase "patient choice.