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no news is good newsA lack of information about a situation suggests that nothing bad has happened.Rate it:

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bad newsAn irritating, troublesome, or harmful person, situation, or thing.Rate it:

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have I got news for youUsed to announce a fact of which the addressee was, or appeared to be, ignorant.Rate it:

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front page newsFront page news is an expression of surprise or of such extraordinary consequence or concept so as to be considered worthy of a front page newspaper note.Rate it:

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bad newsNews of unpleasant, unfortunate or sad events.Rate it:

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make newsTo be published in the news media.Rate it:

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bring inTo introduce a new rule, law, or system of organisation.Rate it:

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keyboard messengerA person who transmits a fake news message faster than a rumor.Rate it:

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there isn't any easy way to say thisUsed to introduce bad news.Rate it:

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catch upTo provide with news.Rate it:

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queen beeThe most important or dominant woman in an organisation or situation.Rate it:

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run throughTo pervade, of a quality that is characteristic of a group, organisation, or system.Rate it:

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hit someone for sixBe affected in a devastating way by some unexpected news.Rate it:

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a house divided against itself cannot standA group or organisation weakened by internal dissent will not remain united.Rate it:

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bring inTo introduce a person or group of people to an organisation.Rate it:

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paper tigerA seemingly fierce or powerful person, country or organisation without the ability to back up their words; apparently powerful but actually ineffective.Rate it:

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catch upTo get news.Rate it:

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run downTo criticize someone or an organisation, often unfairly.Rate it:

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spin doctornews managerRate it:

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don't shoot the messengerThe bearer of bad news should not be held accountable for the bad news.Rate it:

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film at 11the news stories are unsurprising.Rate it:

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one-man bandAn organisation or business that is effectively run by only one person.Rate it:

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a bird of ill-omenSomeone who is always delivering bad news, or bringing bad luck.Rate it:

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à l'heure qu'il est il doit savoir la nouvelleBy this time no doubt he has heard the news.Rate it:

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à la unein the news, on the frontpageRate it:

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and finallyA light news story reserved for the end of a bulletin when there is a lack of more important items; typically involving animals or other features supposed to be amusing.Rate it:

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believe it or notAn expression made famous by Ripley in his news column featuring difficult to believe facts, events, situations, people, truisms.Rate it:

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Come Apart at the SeemsLose self-control or become extremely upset due to some news, person or an eventRate it:

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don't call us, we'll call youA stereotypical request from a hiring organisation to a potential candidate, suggesting that the candidate will not be hired.Rate it:

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drive-by mediaMedia professionals who "spray" a bunch of repetitive misstatements, mistaken and misinterpreted news reports to cause excitement and confusion. They then figuratively "drive off" leaving the cleanup of their mess and hysteria to others, to correct and properly explain and interpret.Rate it:

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fait diversnews storyRate it:

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film at 11the video footage of a breaking news story will be screened later that evening.Rate it:

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filter downOf information, or resources; to move slowly down to lower levels of an organisation, or population.Rate it:

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filter upOf information, knowledge or practice; to move slowly up to other levels of an organisation, or population.Rate it:

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get ontoTo contact a person or organisation about a particular matter.Rate it:

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glad tidingsgood newsRate it:

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go to groundTo hide from public view or sequester oneself, especially when authorities, members of the news media, or others are looking for one.Rate it:

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gooseberry seasonA period, usually during the summertime, when news media tend to place increased emphasis on reporting light-hearted, offbeat, or bizarre stories.Rate it:

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growth pathCareer path, the growth of an employee in organisation.Rate it:

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head scratcherDecember 2007, W:Daily News Tribune - Golden Globes nominations a head-scratcher.Rate it:

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head scratcherJuly 2002, Fox News - Attorney: Williams' Kids Near Compromise About Father's Remains.Rate it:

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headlinesimportant news storiesRate it:

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hit the headlinesTo appear prominently in the news, especially on the front page.Rate it:

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institutional racismInstitutional racism is a form of racism that is embedded as normal practice within society or an organisation.Rate it:

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le poisson pourrit par la têteLes problèmes d’une organisation commencent par ceux qui la dirigent.Rate it:

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les malheurs s'apprennent bien viteIll news flies fast (or, apace).Rate it:

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lucky dipSeptember 2005, BBC News - Dome sale 'was like a lucky dip'.Rate it:

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media darlingA celebrity who is especially popular and who receives frequent and very favorable attention in the news media.Rate it:

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music to one's earSome unexpected good news; a favorable outcome after some initial confusion or delay.Rate it:

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music to someone's earsSome good news; a spoken expression or a sound which is pleasing; a welcome remark or information.Rate it:

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