The New York Times Cliches (11/9)

Suburban Anger At Trump Echoes Down The Ballot

A1/15, Paragraph 2, Thursday Paper

From the tax-obsessed suburbs of New York City to high-tech neighborhoods outside Seattle to the sprawling, polygon developments of Fairfax and Prince William County, Va., voters shunned Republicans up and down the ballot in off-year elections. Leaders in both parties said the elections were an unmistakable alarm bell for Republicans ahead of the 2018 campaign,…

Cliche: Alarm Bell

At Heart of AT&T Merger, Another Fight Brews: Trump vs. CNN

A1/17, Paragraph 1, Thursday Paper

It seemed like a match made in media heaven. AT&T is a telecommunications giant whose reach stretches to millions of people all over the country, and Time Warner, the owner of CNN, HBO and Warner Bros., has content galore…

Cliche: Match made in media heaven

Disregarding Climate Change While Preparing for Disaster

A1/12, Paragraph 1, Thursday Paper

When Hurricane Irma swept through the Florida Keys in September, it brought a vivid preview of the damage that climate change could inflict on the region in the decades ahead.

Cliche: Swept through

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