com/a-dietitian-puts-extreme-clean-eating-claims-to-the-test-and-the-results-arent-pretty-63675) clean eating " is the perfect buzz term
for parents who are faced with supermarket shelves full of baby and toddler food which is (https://www.
We make emotional judgements on what we think we know, rather than do know and, when challenged, by, say, science, if it doesn't fit our world view, we dismiss it - hence the modern buzz term
"alternative truth" and the tendency to believe lies written on buses.
Gluten Free has become a bit of a buzz term
and supermarkets are beginning to increase their ranges suitable for wheat intolerance, and restaurants, too, usually have something on their menu, albeit Hobson's Choice.
Trixie LohMirmand, senior vice president, exhibitions and events management, DWTC, said that the Internet of Things is no longer a futuristic buzz term
THERE's a new buzz term
in cancer medicine - taking us light years forwards.
Business intelligence, big data, analytics--whatever buzz term
you apply, there is huge value for insurance agencies and brokerages in the data that they collect from insureds.
In recent years, the drive for industries to "go green" has been more than just a buzz term
In particular, confusion arises when comparing the marketing buzz term
"natural" to the USDA Certified Organic seal.
Her first full-length effort, 1999's On the 6, was suffused with the bottle-popping luxury-rap trappings that her early producers Sean Combs and his Trackmasters team patented in the mid-'90s, yet the record's breakout club hit, Waiting for Tonight, seemed to anticipate the rise of Euro-centric dance pop a decade before EDM became a buzz term
Big data is gradually transitioning as a buzz term
to a top priority for senior IT executives across the Middle East, who are looking to extract value from their data.
So, the buzz term
that people find most teeth-grindingly annoying at the moment is "fiscal cliff".
Enterprise risk management (ERM) has become a buzz term
over the past several years.