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com commented: "There's so much overuse of cliched jargon and management-speak used around offices now that it's almost beyond parody, 'circle back' is one which particularly yanks my chain.
Another pal, Doug (Kevin Nealon), a local City Council member, is a cliched incompetent.
The most significant difference between the women might be that Sula accepts the fuzziness of moral categories with her usual good humor, whereas Nel refuses to look at the unacceptable aspects of herself, aspects which confound her cliched thinking.
For instance, a couple of session attendees remarked that some seemingly cliched cartoons might actually be puncturing cliches.
Created by Citron Haligman Bedecarre EuroRSCG, the campaign, "Women-Not-Cliches" used cliched expressions about women and gave them a fun, irreverent twist.
X Factor wannabes have been warned that judges are tiring of "sob stories" and cliched claims about their dreams of stardom.