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... Sid / Gary S . Belkin , trash cash , fizzbos and flatliners - A Dictionary of Today '
s Words ( 1993 ) Lewin , Esther / Lewin Albert , The Thesaurus of Slang ( 1994 )
LFS Lewis , Sinclair , Arrowsmith ( 1925 ) Lewis , Sinclair , Babbitt ( 1922 ) Lewis
Examples: Trash cash are "advertising leaflets that are designed to look like U.S.
currency"; fizzbos is a twisted acronym for "for sale by owner"; and flatliners are
people "whose EKG response is recorded as a flat line; essentially, a person who
Such is the case with Trash Cash , Fizzbos and Flatliners ( Houghton Mifflin ; $ 19
. 95 , $ 8 . 95 paperback ) . In it the prefix " electronic . . . " forms eight new
phrases including town hall , coupon , price tag , and cadaver . There ' s " digital .
Sid Lerner in Trash Cash , Fizzbos and Flatliners : A Dictionary of Today ' s
Words ( Houghton Mifflin , 1993 ) , says DOMOs are " downwardly mobile
professionals who abandon a successful or promising career to concentrate on
... books , technical journals , television , radio , popular music , motion pictures ,
e - mail , s - mail , junk - mail , and oral ... Tuttle Dictionary of New Words since
1960 ( 1992 ) ; Lerner and Belkin ' s Trash Cash , Fizzbos , and Flatliners ( 1993 )
Author: Wolfgang Mieder
Compilation of 23 essays on proverbs by North American scholars published from 1990-2000.
... patois is defined under an entry in Sid Lerner and Gary S . Belkin ' s 1993
dictionary of current terms , Trash Cash , Fizzbos and Flatliners . ... Words such
as thin , svelte , large and fat can be regarded as undesirable in nonsizist
Author: William Safire
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
A collection of the author's weekly columns "On language" from "The New York Times Magazine" sheds new light on verbal trends in the American language, the origins of common colloquialisms, and word usage
It is one of the words deemed in Trash Cash , Fizzbos , and Flatliners , a 1993
book about neologisms , to be on the cusp of acceptance by dictionaries . It has ,
however , been a mainstream word in Canada since the 1960s . It would appear
... invented by the Wordmeistress and may be used willy - nilly , and without prior
permission . K . Auletta was not fooled by “ quiss ” or “ biophobia . ” He / she is the
winner of a copy of Trash Cash , Fizzbos , and Flatliners : A Dictionary of Today ...
Trash Cash , Fizzbos , and Flatliners . Boston : Houghton Mifflin . Mager , N . H . ,
and Sylvia K . Mager . 1982 . The Morrow Book of New Words : 8500 Terms Not
Yet in Standard Dictionaries . New York : Quill / Morrow . Mead , Leon . 1902 .
Sid Lerner and Gary S . Belkin , Trash Cash , Fizzbos and Flatliners : A Dictionary
of Today ' s Words ( New York : Houghton Mifflin , 1993 ) . 21 . Mel Kampmann
and Jon Rosen , “ Speaking with Confidence : Building Your Presentation Skills ...
Author: Andrew J. DuBrin
Publisher: Scarborough, Ont.: Prentice Hall Canada Career & Technology
An extensive index that makes it easy to search for information on the reference literature of 1990 through 1994. It features numerous cross-references, multiple entries, and subject headings that are completely revised to reflect usage at the Library of Congress.