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I look forward to

Taught by Bolt Upright | Edit Tagged as forward, I look forward to, look, | 0 Comments »

It is with pleasure that I anticipate meeting you/working with you/having lunch with you, etc.

As in...
I look forward to meeting you next Thursday.

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I look forward to

Taught by Bolt Upright | Edit Tagged as forward, I look forward to, look, | 0 Comments »

It is with pleasure that I anticipate meeting you/working with you/having lunch with you, etc.

As in...
I look forward to meeting you next Thursday.

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It's worth a google

Taught by Batman | Edit Tagged as find, google, it''s worth a google, look up, search, | 0 Comments »

used to respond that looking up what you or someone may need means that it's at least worth a google.

As in...
I wish i could find some examples or any recent articles on this industry problem...

It's worth a google.

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X-ray vision

Taught by Michael McDaniel | Edit Tagged as future, look, moment, vision, x-ray, x-ray vision, | 0 Comments »

Looking beyond the moment having vision of what the future holds.

As in...
The client was certain that they wanted to purchase that line of dingle-berries, but Billy Bob lasered in with X-Ray Vision and steered them to the emerging product line of dim-witters.

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Diarise

Taught by James Booth | Edit Tagged as diarise, Diary, meeting, outlook, | 0 Comments »

To arrange a mutually convenient meeting or appointment and record it in each participants respective diary.

As in...
yes, a meeting on this subject would be useful, lets diarise.

Or

Jim and I have diarised, we are meeting next Monday at 2.

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Come across my desk

Taught by Lecturer Rapscallion | Edit Tagged as come across my desk, look at me - I'm important, look busy, middle-middle manager, quintessential, RFP, staple, testify, | 1 Comments »

A phrase used to testify for all to hear within earshot, to the fact that you watched, with your own two eyes, a document literally, or figuratively, appear on your actual desk, and that you took note of that fact.

Typically used by people that do not have a lot to do, other than "look busy", this is a quintessential, "look at me, I'm important" staple. You know who you are, and we know why you use it, and now so does everybody else.

As in...
Veronica, the middle-middle manager SME: I can't tell all of you over at Fancy-Feast how excited I was when I saw your RFP come across my desk!

I love your brand, and me AND my 19 cats, aspire to the high end image it represents for all cat ladies world-wide.

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Come across my desk

Taught by Lecturer Rapscallion | Edit Tagged as come across my desk, look at me - I'm important, look busy, middle-middle manager, quintessential, RFP, staple, testify, | 1 Comments »

A phrase used to testify for all to hear within earshot, to the fact that you watched, with your own two eyes, a document literally, or figuratively, appear on your actual desk, and that you took note of that fact.

Typically used by people that do not have a lot to do, other than "look busy", this is a quintessential, "look at me, I'm important" staple. You know who you are, and we know why you use it, and now so does everybody else.

As in...
Veronica, the middle-middle manager SME: I can't tell all of you over at Fancy-Feast how excited I was when I saw your RFP come across my desk!

I love your brand, and me AND my 19 cats, aspire to the high end image it represents for all cat ladies world-wide.

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At the end of the day

Taught by TA Captain Bigballs | Edit Tagged as at the end of the day, conclusion, outlook, proverbial, shag, when all is said and done, | 0 Comments »

A proverbial expression that refers to the outlook or conclusion that comes as a result of something else that has come to fruition

As in...
The US dollar may be worthless by the end of 2008. But, when all is said and done, I'm going to go home, shag my wife, and walk the dog. At the end of the day, life will go on and we will all reminisce about the days when things went bad.