10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PHRASEMAKER»
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The International Miscellany of Literature, Art, and Science
The poet is a •phrasemaker': true; but show us the man in these days who is more
than a phrase- maker ! Where is he who has positive ideas beyond the small
circle of his speciality '. In rejecting the guidance of 'the Poet to whom shall wc ...
The International Magazine of Literature, Art, and Science
The poet is a '• phrasemaker"; true ; but show us the man in these days who is
more than a phrase- maker ! Wnere is he who has positive ideaB beyond the
small circle of his speciality 1 In rejecting the guidance of the Poet to whom shall
Safire's Political Dictionary
photo op See SOUND BITE . phrasemaker One who captures the essence of an
issue in a few highly quotable, soundbite-able, bumper-stickable words.
Sloganeer, which now has acquired a pejorative connotation, is the closest
MARTHA. PHRASEMAKER! (Pause . . . then they both laugh) Hey, put some
more ice in my drink, will you? (14) Note that a “phrasemaker” is one who invents
pithy sayings, Parkeresque aphorisms that live on as borrowed, iterable
International Weekly Miscellany of Literature, Art, and Science
The poet is a “phrasemaker”; true; but show us the man in these da s who is more
than a phrasemaker! Where is he who has positive ideas beyond the small circle
of his speciality ? ln rejecting the guidance of the Poet to whom shall we apply !
Performance as Political Act: The Embodied Self
Hence phrase and phrasemaker are reunited, now as authority rather than totality
. Practically speaking, the phrasemaker knows more of the movement forms than
any other dancer, yet at this point is not being called upon to teach.
Paul, the Apostle: His Life and Times
Author Robert T. Boyd follows the life and thoughts of Paul from his early days in Tarsus to his final ones in Rome- a life trek of some 20,000 miles and 50,000 words.
Macroeconomic Theory and Economic Policy: Essays in Honour ...
Phrasemaker. Say stillfigured asa generally admired classical economist intothe
early 1930s. Thus Alexander Gray, in his classic Development of Economic
Doctrine (1931), wrote: The shadowof Say[lies] heavily across the textbooks of
Ghost. Writers. Behind. the. famous. presidential. phrase. often. lurks. an.
unknown. phrasemaker. by ROGER BUTTERFIELD. I. his is a very big year for
political ghost writers. Their ranks always swell during campaigns for the
Presidency, and ...
He is, to be sure, a phrasemaker, but a phrasemaker with a conscience
Unfortunately the Governor does not always distinguish between verbal facility
and wisecracking. Ordinarily our electorate is not keen on sly and clever raillery.
These are ...
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PHRASEMAKER»
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Hillary: The Great American Phrasemaker
Although most people see Bill Clinton as the great American statesman, few realize Hillary Clinton is the great family phrasemaker. Bill Clinton ... «Daily Beast, Apr 15»
Jennifer Allford: Sorry, no “best wishes” for you this year
“As a phrasemaker, there has never been anyone to match him,” says Bryson. “No one in any tongue has ever made greater play of his ... «Calgary Herald, Jan 15»
Boris Johnsons Churchill Man Crush
According to Johnson, no mean phrasemaker himself, this “perfect epigram” is “a classic descending tricolon with anaphora, or repetition of key ... «Daily Beast, Nov 14»
Number One With a Bullet
Like a lot of people who fought their way out of a world without indoor plumbing and paved driveways, his subject here is a born phrasemaker, ... «Wall Street Journal, Oct 14»
Romesh Ranganathan's grumpy show is often bluntly funny …
The quality lapses; Ranganathan's not the greatest phrasemaker. “He looked at me like one of my hobbies was shitting on my child,” is a ... «The Guardian, Aug 14»
A Bloc of One
He was a stentorian speaker, but not a razor sharp wit, a classic phrasemaker or a lawyerly debater in the manner of Daniel Webster. Benton's ... «Roll Call, Jul 14»
Lydia Davis' New Collection 'Can't And Won't' … Doesn't
Blurbs proclaim Davis' status as a “phrasemaker,” exalt her “playfulness,” and talk of her being “strenuously cerebral.” Reader, these are bad ... «WBUR, May 14»
Cricket broadcasting's finest phrasemaker, Arlott delivered atmosphere
Next Tuesday marks the centenary of cricket broadcasting's finest phrasemaker, pretext for a fresh airing of his finest mots: “The stroke of a man ... «The Australian, Feb 14»
The Director David O. Russell and the Designer Diane von …
You're quite the phrasemaker: “I didn't know what I wanted to do, but I always knew the woman I wanted to be.” DVF: Exactly. And David ... «New York Times, Feb 14»
Make a song and dance about this maestro of the musical
P G Wodehouse – the 20th century's greatest English phrasemaker – spent a huge amount of time and effort in trying to do what Tim does. «Telegraph.co.uk, Oct 13»