Extremely close. A mixed metaphor (of "razor-thin" and simply "tight") commonly heard from television news reporters during election season, referring to the closeness of a race between candidates.
News anchor: "As you can see here, John, the presidential race is holding at 47 percent for each candidate. It's a razor tight margin."
November 06, 2012
The clipped, concise dialogue employed by spies in movies and television. It keeps irrelevant banter to a minimum so the film/show can return to the action and shooting.
Scriptwriter 1: "We need to come up with some line to throw in here, something to make him look suave. We need some serious spyalogue."
Scriptwriter 2: "What about 'shaken, not stirred'?"
November 11, 2012
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