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The classic TV quiz show Catch Phrase is back on our screens on a Sunday night and each week contestants are being urged to 'say what they see.' Original host Roy Walker hasn't returned with the show sadly, but that is about all that has changed.
The catch phrase "Are you sitting comfortably?" originated in this series.
The New Middle East has become a catch phrase, for almost everyone in the world now.
"Crikey!"-his catch phrase, exclaimed repeatedly during his television show whenever something interesting happens.
NEW YORK-The catch phrase of the real estate business is gaining new meaning as rug vendors are not just looking to foreign lands for inspiration, but giving credit where credit is due.
(4) Not long ago the catch phrase among medical futurists was that acute care hospitals would "soon be nothing but ICUs" since more stable patients would no longer be admitted but, rather, treated on an outpatient basis.
"I'll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today" was the catch phrase of Wimpy in the Popeye cartoons.
This catch phrase also played a part in the JCB TV ad campaign in April, featuring Asia's bow of respect that symbolizes JCB's unique role as the only Asia-based international credit card.
With a tagtine of "NDNU: The Cure for the Common School" and the catch phrase "Be HEARD, not one of the herd," the ads seek to appeal to this non-traditional student population.
In today's fast-paced, competitive world of dance, the new catch phrase is injury prevention.
Working and being allowed to 'be all you can be' is an Army catch phrase, but it certainly applies to the success JO1 has enoyed as part of the Naval Aviation News family."
Last year at this time, we discussed ILM and whether it classified as marketing catch phrase or genuine solution.