1. Globalisation is a catch-all to describe increased international trade.
2. Indigestion is a catch-all term for any kind of stomach distress.
3. 'South London' is a catch-all phrase/term for anywhere south of the river.
4. Some of the deepest cuts are in the catch-all category called domestic discretionary spending.
5. She had taken a polytechnic catch-all sociology course before briefly working in a local authority social services department.
6. And they also need a catch-all range of facial expressions to help clinch the deal.
7. It's a marvellous catch-all alibi for failure and inadequacy.
8. Despite its catch-all name, however, Docklands is far from homogeneous.
9. In our bakery, the one catch-all word for a perfect dough is vibrant.
10. It is a catch-all term covering Pythagorean geometry and Neo-Platonic geometry, as well as the perceived relationships'between organic curves and logarithmic curves.
11. What had been a Victorian catch-all splintered into many different diagnoses.
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13. Don't use the Edit menu a catch-all for functions that don't seem to fit anywhere else.
14. Rhythm is a catch-all - word , pulse , vibration, breathing, even ripples on the water's surface.
15. Metatarsalgia is a catch-all term that includes several painful foot conditions, such as calluses, dropped metatarsal heads, bursitis, arthritis, sesamoiditis, and Morton’s neuroma.
16. Congress now seems inclined to settle temporarily for a catch-all budget measure that would freeze federal spending at current levels.
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