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The resolution is nothing but a trite political plot hatched by hostile forces against the DPRK every year,'' North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency said, referring to the country by its official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
It would be a right option for Japan to drop its trite, hard-line and conservative approach toward the DPRK,'' it said, referring to North Korea by its official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
Yes, and the moon is made of green cheese and pigs fly - and the fact it's never, ever going to happen makes it a very easy and a very trite thing to say.
Or are we too naive to think that some things are too trite to be true?
Well, it may sound trite and tired, but it looks like more of the same.
it's almost trite at this point but this is a digital nation, and we need to provide the same type of technology for our children we provide to adults in the workforce.
Because it's a memoir by a writer for Good Morning America (complete with a cover blurb from Diane Sawyer) you might assume that The History of Swimming is another of those trite "uplift" sagas so favored by TV.
You are tired of their trite pick-me-ups, and hollow suggestions, and sugary anecdotes.
With a unique tongue, each poem is a vivid and trite description of the nearly unknown situation it depicts.
It's an oft repeated, even trite observation that children are our future; it's time for us to invest as if our future depended on it.
Though her application is seductive in its exactitude, the work's raison d'etre is on shakier ground, characterized as it is by underdeveloped ideas and trite faux-literary allusions.
Between me and OM (Marseille), it is always the same trite news story, which reappears during transfer window periods.