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Catchphrase

A catchphrase is a phrase or expression recognized by its repeated utterance. Such phrases originate in popular culture and in the arts, spread through word of mouth and a variety of mass media; some become the de facto or literal "trademark" or "signature" of the person or character with whom they originated, can be instrumental in the typecasting of a particular actor. According to Richard Harris, a psychology professor at Kansas State University who studied why people like to cite films in social situations, using film quotes in everyday conversation is similar to telling a joke and a way to form solidarity with others. "People are doing it to feel good about themselves, to make others laugh, to make themselves laugh", he said. He found that all of the participants in his study had used film quotes in conversation at one point or another. "They overwhelmingly cited comedies, followed distantly by dramas and action adventure flicks." Horror films and children's films were hardly cited. The existence of catchphrases predates modern mass media.

A description of the phenomena is found in Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds published by Charles Mackay in 1841: And, first of all, walk where we will, we cannot help hearing from every side a phrase repeated with delight, received with laughter, by men with hard hands and dirty faces, by saucy butcher lads and errand-boys, by loose women, by hackney coachmen, cabriolet-drivers, idle fellows who loiter at the corners of streets. Not one utters this phrase without producing a laugh from all within hearing, it seems applicable to every circumstance, is the universal answer to every question. List of catchphrases List of exclamations by Robin Category:Catchphrases Barba, Francesca. Catchy Phrases: over 2000 Catchy Slogans Ideas, Powerful Copy Connectors, Catchy Phrases for Business Tag lines, Magnetic Blog Triggers... Archived from the original on 2012-11-28. Retrieved 2012-11-14. Parkinson, Judy. Catchphrase and Cliché: the origins and meanings of our favourite expressions.

London: Michael O'Mara. Partridge, Eric ed. Beale. A Dictionary of Catch Phrases and British, from the sixteenth century to the present day Lanham, Maryland: Scarborough House, 1992. ISBN 0-8128-8536-8. E-book ISBN 0-203-37995-0 Rees, Nigel. Oops, Mrs Arden! An Embarrassment of Domestic Catchphrases. London: Robson Books. ISBN 1-86105-440-8. Turner, Chris. Planet Simpson: How a Cartoon Masterpiece Documented an Era and Defined a Generation. Foreword by Douglas Coupland.. Toronto: Random House Canada. ISBN 978-0-679-31318-2. OCLC 55682258. Catch Phrase at TV Tropes

Darcy Parish

Darcy Parish is a professional Australian rules footballer with the Essendon Football Club in the Australian Football League. Was recruited by the Essendon Football Club with the fifth overall selection in the 2015 national draft. Parish was recruited by the Essendon Football Club with the fifth overall selection in the 2015 national draft, he was considered one of the best midfielders in the 2015 draft crop, showing tremendous form averaging 28 disposals at TAC Cup level, plus seven clearances and five inside-50 entries, showing his all-round quality for the Geelong Falcons. He was named All-Australian in 2014 and backed it up with another selection after the 2015 AFL Under 18 Championships, was a member of the NAB AFL Academy squad, he made his debut in the opening round of the 2016 AFL season against Gold Coast at Metricon Stadium. He was rewarded with a nomination for the 2016 AFL Rising Star after he collected 21 disposals, 13 handball receives, eight tackles, five inside-50s whilst kicking his first goal in the dying stages to seal a 13-point win against Melbourne.

He played 20 games in his debut season, polling 19 votes to finish fourth in the Ron Evans Medal. Statistics are correct to the end of round 23, 2019 Darcy Parish's profile on the official website of the Essendon Football Club Darcy Parish's playing statistics from AFL Tables

M3architecture

M3architecture is an Australian architecture firm based in Brisbane. The practice was founded in 1997 and is run by Directors Michael Banney, Ben Vielle, Michael Christensen and Michael Lavery; the firm's work ranges from the $140m University of Queensland Sustainable Futures Building to public and smaller arts projects such as the Tree of Knowledge Memorial in Barcaldine. 2019 Australian Institute of Architects Queensland Architecture Awards: Commendation – Interior Architecture: Level 3, 143 Edward Street, Brisbane 2019 Minister's Award for Urban Design – Barcaldine Master Plan 2018 Australian Urban Design Award – Barcaldine Master Plan 2018 Good Design Award ® Winner. Architectural Design Urban Design; the Globe 2018 Australian Institute of Architects Queensland Architecture Awards: Commendation – Houses Alterations and Additions. Patrick Street Residence. 2018 Australian Institute of Architects Queensland Architecture Awards: Commendation – Small Projects. UQ Zelman Cowan Building new entry.

2017 Fly Forbo Award Overall Winner. University of Queensland Architecture School refurbishment. 2017 Australian Institute of Architects National Architecture Awards: National Award for Public Architecture – The Globe Hotel 2017 Australian Institute of Architects National Architecture Awards: National Award for Educational Architecture – St Joseph's Nudgee College Hanly Learning Centre 2017 Australian Institute of Architects National Architecture Awards: National Award for Residential Architecture – Houses – Cape Tribulation House 2017 Australian Institute of Architects National Architecture Awards: National Commendation for Public Architecture – Act for Kids Child and Family Centre for Excellence 2017 Australian Institute of Architects National Architecture Awards: National Commendation for Sustainable Architecture – Mount Alvernia College Anthony and La Verna Buildings 2017 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards – State Award – Jennifer Taylor Award for Educational Architecture: Mount Alvernia College Anthony and La Verna Buildings 2017 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards – State Award for Educational Architecture: St Joseph's Nudgee College Hanly Learning Centre 2017 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards – State Award for Educational Architecture: Brisbane Girls Grammar School Research Learning Centre 2017 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards – State Award – Harry Marks Award for Sustainable Architecture: Mount Alvernia College Anthony and La Verna Buildings 2017 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards – State Award for Sustainable Architecture: St Joseph's Nudgee College Bathersby Boarding Village 2017 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards – Robin Dods Award for Residential Architecture – Houses: Cape Tribulation House 2017 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards – Job and Froud Award for Residential Architecture – Houses: St Joseph's Nudgee College Bathersby Boarding Village 2017 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards – State Award for Heritage Architecture: The Globe Hotel 2017 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards – State Award for Public Architecture: Act for Kids Child and Family Centre for Excellence 2017 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards – State Award for Public Architecture: The Globe Hotel 2017 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards – State Commendation for Interior Architecture: University of Queensland Chemistry Building, Levels 3 and 4 2017 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards – State Commendation for Interior Architecture: Brisbane Girls Grammar School Research Learning Centre 2017 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards – State Commendation for Small Project Architecture: Newcastle Music Studio 2015 Think Brick Awards Grand Prix Winner: ACT for Kids Child and Family Centre for Excellence 2014 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards: State Commendation – Interior Architecture: UQ Chemistry Level 8 2013 Australian Institute of Architects Regional Architecture Awards: State Commendation – Sustainable Architecture: 11 Saint James Street Petrie Terrace 2012 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards: State Award – Interior Architecture: Mansergh Shaw Level 5, The University of Queensland 2012 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards: State Commendation – Public Architecture: David Theile Olympic Swimming Pool, The University of Queensland 2011 Australian Institute of Architects National Architecture Awards: National Award for Interior Architecture: St Joseph's Nudgee College, Tierney Auditorium 2011 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards: State Award – G.

H. M. Addison Award for Interior Architecture: St Joseph's Nudgee College, Tierney Auditorium 2011 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards: State Award – Karl Langer Award for Urban Architecture: Yeerongpilly Bridge 2011 Australian Institute of Architects Architecture Awards: Regional Commendation – Interior Architecture: St Joseph's Nudgee College, Tierney Auditorium 2011 Australian Institute of Architects (Queensland