hoo-ha


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Nesser was compelled to further her journey through the Brazilian Rainforest in this sequel to The Happy Hoo-Ha.
After the hoo-ha this week about not having enough trained security staff for the Olympics, the brilliant BBC2 comedy Twenty Twelve looks increasingly like a documentary.
I COULD not believe all the hoo-ha last week over the comments Jeremy Clarkson, left, made on The One Show regarding striking public sector workers.
THERE has been a right old hoo-ha in the wake of the publication of the nominations for the 2011 BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
There was a bit of a hoo-ha at first but Jamie loved the idea.
They discard Christianity's rich intellectual and aesthetic heritage for "high-tech hoo-ha more befitting of a U2 concert than a Sunday service.
Who would have thought a bit of plastic worth 50p could cause such a hoo-ha at the World Cup?
All this hoo-ha about Linda Lusardi trying to get to her pantomime performance in time.
Much hoo-ha was made this week of the Police reforming.
He then told the audience: "I've been getting a lot of hoo-ha from the press recently just because I bought a baby.
SEPTEMBER Even with the hectic hoo-ha of back-to-school, you are able to create a magnitude of solitude for yourself.
But a feature called "Fastest-Growing Companies" became so fraught with hoo-ha that we eventually abandoned the concept.
What a hoo-ha over exactly how many Fs and Cs there were in Jerry Springer.
Beyond the hype and hoo-ha that inevitably follows a competition with environmental overtones, real work and experience was taking place.
Sir, - Since so much hoo-ha and expenditure was lavished on celebrating the end of the 99th year of the present century, what, I wonder, is planned to celebrate the end of the 100th?