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- n. Plural form of catchall.
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Details in the mandated quarterly filings hide under catchalls like "trade agreements."
How should one define point at which a judge has gone beyond rights unenumerated yet pointed at by constitutional catchalls and into imposing their personal policies?
One-who-Decides thought of them as catchalls, as nonspecialists who could be relied upon to do a little of everything efficiently but nothing especially well.
They both had so many cabin bags and wall pockets and basket catchalls which had been parting gifts that it was difficult to find wall space for them all.
Creative solutions abound: Think handsome decorative hooks, great-looking containers baskets, buckets, fabric-covered bins, just like those catchalls for kids stuff.
Creative solutions abound: Think handsome decorative hooks, great-looking containers - baskets, buckets, fabric-covered bins, just like those catchalls for kids stuff.
Five startups are pitted against one another in six sessions: one for "cleantech," three lumping together "next generation Internet" and "mobile," and two catchalls simply labeled "technology."