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Office Jargon of the Day: Ducks in a Row

By on August 24, 2010 in Fun, Office Jargon

ducks in a row

 ducks in a row, n. fig. metaphorically, an ordered, manageable state of affairs.

Example: “If we can get the marketing spec and budget sorted out then we’ll have our ducks in a row in moving forward into FY10Q4.”

Thanks to George

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