jingo
 n.— «From headlines for feature stories to the pithy phrase that accompanies the date on every Wired cover—known in-house as the jingo—every bit of copy he crafted resonated with his sensibility. To meet his standards, a jingo had to operate on at least three levels and have a touch of irreverence. For a story on synthetic diamonds, for example, he came up with “Like a Rock.”» —“Gone Fishing” Wired Oct., 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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