***Need of the hour OR hour of need

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I need help with a caption for an HR company. Kindly tell me which of the two sentences is a better option, and if you can suggest an alternative sentence without much change in the meaning, please do so:

 

Our motto is to serve the client's need of the hour.

 

                                  OR

 

Our motto is to serve the client in their hour of need.

need of the hour asked Dec 22 '13 at 12:06 Sparkle New member

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'Hour of need' is the common phrase.  'Need of the hour' would imply the each hour would have a new need to fill.

 

Our motto is to serve the client in their hour of need.

link comment answered Dec 23 '13 at 12:26 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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