hoo-hah


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a condition of intense public interest or excitement

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However, with the current global economic hoo-hah, it doesn't mean we suddenly have to stop the process altogether, just a little more shrewd shopping is called for.
There is a perennial hoo-hah over sex education but as far as I am aware there is no curriculum requirement for firstaid.
This made me remember the big hoo-hah when the American Embassy was extensively renovated and improved (read fortified) beginning of 2002, and the street in front of the embassy was blocked for traffic, all seemingly with the approval of our government.
There's a load of mystical hoo-hah, of course, and Omar Sharif keeps telling us on the narration track that this is how a legend was born.
ALL this hoo-hah over Andrew Flintoff allegedly turning up drunk to a practice session has given me an idea, writes James Milton.
Taste those roasted red bell peppers and habanero tomato sauce - hoo-hah, something spicy this way comes.
1 THERE'S a heck of a hoo-hah brewing because Blue Peter badges are being flogged on ebay.
The ad read: "Why all the hoo-hah of the last few days?
We left Little Rock in late 1989 and completely missed out on all the presidential hoo-hah, good and bad.
She doesn't want a big hoo-hah, just a teeny ceremony then a big party to celebrate afterwards, preferably all in the same location and somewhere that allows you to put on your own bar and catering.
Remember the hoo-hah whenever The Artist Formerly Known as Kate Middleton is photographed in - gasp
On Thursday, Linda's hardly in the best of moods as she stresses about the prostitute hoo-hah that Mick's now embroiled in and later gets a nasty earbashing from Phil when he discovers she's put up a widescreen TV in the Vic so punters can watch Ian's appeal to catch Lucy's killer.
A year ago, Mr Mitchell was forced to resign as Government Chief Whip after a hoo-hah which became known as "Plebgate" when police officers stopped him from riding his bicycle through the gates of Downing Street.
All the hoo-hah over Julian Assange, Gary McKinnon, Edward Snowden, Bradley Manning and now the Glenn Greenwald/David Miranda affair, proves that anti-espionage forces move in a parallel universe beyond the realms of accountability.
Track it down, if only to dispel any allusions you might have of Pacino delivering iambic pentameter-mangling lines like: "To Hoo-hah or not to Hoo-hah, that is the question," in his trademark shouty fashion.