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    I am wondering what we call certain phrases. For example, the "catch phrase" for Nike, is "Just Do It". What is that called? I thought there was a proper gramatical name for a phrase of that nature. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Catch phrase

    These phrases are called "slogans" or "advertising slogans"

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