Cliche of the Week 1 – A Perfect Storm

June 4, 2010 at 2:02 am Leave a comment

A perfect storm, a vivid description for a one-in-100-year weather event, is now used by reporters as a label for any impending disaster caused by a series of seemingly unconnected dangers or stuff-ups.

Read about the Cliche of the week  in The Australian newspaper.

And watch the video clip.

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Going forward, at the end of the day Cliche of the Week 2 – CUT TO THE CHASE

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