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I discovered a book that could be useful to writers who want to avoid cliches.
_Thesaurus of Alternatives to Worn-Out Words and Phrases_ by Robert Hartwell
FIske identifies words and phrases, explains why they shouldn't be used, and
suggests synonyms. The ISBN is 0-89879-601-6.