Sacred Cow

[Bob`s Burgers] `Sacred Cow` is the third episode of the first season of the animated television series Bob`s Burgers. `Sacred Cow` originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on January 23, 2011. The episode was written by Nora Smith and directed by Jennifer Coyle. It received positive reviews from critics for its characters, ...
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Sacred Cow

Is an asset, position, or project which is considered protected by management. Often this investment is presented as 'off-limits' or non-negotiable.
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sacred cow

[n] - a person unreasonably held to be immune to criticism
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sacred cow

Any person, institution, or custom that is considered above criticism. The term comes from the Hindu belief that cows are sacred and must not be killed. ...
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sacred cow

noun a person unreasonably held to be immune to criticism
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sacred cow

English-language formulation of the Hindu principle of the sanctity of all life, including animal life and especially that of the cow, which is ...
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Sacred cow

[idiom] Sacred cow is an idiom, a figurative reference to sacred cows in some religions. This idiom is thought to originate in American English, although similar or even identical idioms occur in many other languages. The idiom is based on the popular understanding of the elevated place of cows in Hinduism and appears to have emerged in Ame...
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sacred cow

Any person, institution, or custom that is considered above criticism. The term comes from the Hindu belief that cows are sacred and must not be killed
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Sacred Cow

Is an asset, position, or project which is considered protected by management. Often this investment is presented as "off-limits" or non-negotiable.
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Sacred cow

News or promotional material which a publisher or editor demands be published, often for personal reasons.
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