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    The man of the moment

    Does the expression "the man of the moment" has any special meaning?

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    Re: The man of the moment

    Quote Originally Posted by blueeye View Post
    Does the expression "the man of the moment" have any special meaning?

    Thanx

    In what context. When Obama was elected President, he was the man of the moment >> the one person who was more important that anyone else at that time.

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    Re: The man of the moment

    The term describes a person who has just accomplished a heroic act, a hero for a particular incident, time.

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