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Synonyms for clamoring

loud and persistent outcry from many people

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Of all the art clamoring for attention in New York this fall, the most incisively current was a thing of the past.
With the rock fans clamoring for the ordination of Elvis, the African Anglicans mulling over whether to send missionaries to England, an Australian ex-bishop at the center of a sex abuse scandal, Episcopal Bishop John Spong preaching that everything in the church is so much clap-trap, and the Canadian church hierarchy agonizing over whether there's enough room on the head of the Anglican pin for both straights and gays, there's so much bedlam going on that no one seems to notice that thousands of confused Anglicans are looking for a new pew in which to pray.
A group of kids clamoring around one simple toy in the shadow of the old capital, among tourists, students, and hawkers.
In early February, tax pre-parers were clamoring for IRS Pubs 1345 and 1345A.
However, one might ask if yet another book on Du Bois is what today's black reader is clamoring for; a recent library search turned up over 140 books already inked on the subject, including his own autobiography.
Agents, who for years have been clamoring for a real-time rating process, are trying to convince insurers to abandon proprietary systems in favor of universal standards.
First, there are those innumerable "e-business" start-ups clamoring for your attention.
Curses of course have very long roots, but Little finds the two principal sources of liturgical malediction to be the clamor of Roman law, in which someone appealed to a judge for justice--if necessary, by quite literally and quite loudly clamoring to be heard--and the excommunication ritual developed by the early church to deal with those who refused to be corrected and were therefore cut off from the body of the faithful.
The professional and prosumer photography segment has been clamoring for a true 'coffee-table' book that features their work, which they can then present to wedding and other clients," said Eileen Gittins, Blurb's founder and CEO.
Winoker's new Commercial Co-op and Condo division will work not only with companies clamoring for this limited space, but with owners to encourage the creation of new product to meet this growing demand.
The story opens when the legendary beauty is a marriageable 12-year-old, with suitors already clamoring for her hand, and relates her subsequent kidnapping by Theseus of Athens, then her passionless arranged marriage to Menelaus, which results in the birth of a daughter.
Though there was something a little shameless in Nitsch's open theatricality--the brash, singular colors mashed on the walls, the religious paraphernalia, the clamoring sound track and props--there was also a kind of honesty and clarity of purpose at work, a true showman's broadness of expression.
Dolphin and dozens of other companies are clamoring to install their patient management software at orthodontists' offices across the nation.
Commercial resellers have been clamoring to offer VAIO PCs to their end users.
These people--fundamentalists, feminists, housewives, and doctors--have long been clamoring for a uniting force.