For example, a company whose name is a household word
in the US will rarely be in the same position in the European market.
Software appliances will become a household word
Carl Filipiak's name may not yet be a household word
, but he has made an excellent CD that deserves wider exposure.
Today Max's name is a household word
as one of the most important visual pioneers and innovators of the 20th century.
The debate over the politics and standards of American higher education began with a frontal assault by traditionalists--Allan Bloom, Roger Kimball, Dinesh D'Souza--that made "political correctness" a household word
The physician, a German psychiatric neurologist named Alois Alzheimer, had little reason to suspect that his name would someday become a household word
Two years before Rachel Carson shocked America with Silent Spring, this much calmer and wittier book helped make ecology a household word
CEO Doug Scott of the Platinum Television Group said, "NuVim is a product that should be known world wide and needs to be a household word
because it can help families in so many ways.
But Fickett never was a household word
, a brand name like Frank Lloyd Wright, or even as famous as other L.
President of GSPI stated, "Biodiesel is becoming a household word
very quickly and production of biodiesel is expanding by margins not predicted by anyone even as recently as one year ago.
The actor who made George Costanza a household word
has signed an exclusive two-year deal with 20th Century Fox studios to put Alexander back in a prime-time series by 2001.
With the ski season around the corner, our team is going to be doing their best to make the ElekTek brand a household word
," added Nardone.