Catch-phrase sentence example

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  • Their catch phrase is "You break it…we fix it!"
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  • Emeril Lagasse was definitely on to something with this catch phrase!
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  • He also heralds the end of episodes with the oft spoke catch phrase " time for bed " .
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  • There's a catch phrase in the ski industry known as "DIN sin."
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  • She's still viewed by many as the ultimate domestic goddess, whose catch phrase "It's a good thing" seems to be apt when you consider how she's managed to maintain her name and brand.
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  • The most beguiling styles are laden with boisterous, playful prints, may feature a logo or catch phrase and, more often than not, are brighter than the average bath towel.
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  • Using the catch phrase "sea and be seen," Juicy Couture pairs a comfortable tank top with a traditional bikini bottom.
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  • You'll find though that most candle makers don't reveal exactly how much scent per pound of wax they use in their recipes, so the "triple scented" label has become a catch phrase in the industry to refer to highly scented products.
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  • Since MiniCards have a different look and feel, the content on the back varies from your name and phone number, to a catch phrase with a website.
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  • VPL (visible panty line) has become a modern catch-phrase, with women becoming more conscious of their panties being seen through their clothing.
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  • This character affectingly known as Bones by Captain Kirk uttered this phrase often enough that it became a catch phrase in parodies and jokes making sport of the show.
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