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It is a cliche that children today think that vegetables come from the store, in cans or plastic bags.
It gives you a cliche, stiff style, that really turns people off.
As a result, they imitated their elders apishly, and produced cliche after cliche.
He was fond of cliche, but only his own, and even the dialects of his conversation were polished.
The impact of globalization on ecology is a cliche even to world leaders who ignore it.
She thereby launched a myth that time turned into a cliche.
Apologies for the cliche, but the message appears to be a universal truth.
To trot out another overdone cliche, if at first you don't succeed, try and try again.
And it is a cliche of the street that the biggest mark is another hustler.
Sure, it sounds a bit cliche, but that doesn't mean it's easy.
The socially awkward aspect of the nerd cliche gets applied as a secondary.
It's a cliche, but science is a human endeavor, and individual scientists are human beings.
To use a rather hackneyed cliche, victory in space is going to go to the leader who can think outside the box.
Your arguments are pathetically weak, cliche and redundant.
Once a symbol of refinement, it is now an annoying cliche, redolent of bourgeois blandness.
The cliche that generals are always fighting the last war is far less true than the notion that a nation is always reliving it.
It's a cliche that jocks and cheerleaders rule, but it is largely true.

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