hue and cry


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loud and persistent outcry from many people

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Pat, 41, said: "It's certainly a comeback in terms of Hue and Cry making music that might have a mass appeal.
to shift it from the laborer who has nothing but his power to toil and sweat, to the man who has a fortune made or inherited, we hear a hue and cry raised.
After all the hue and cry about the color of the universe, astronomers have now revised their findings.
Sischy's caveat vis-a-vis her broader program at the magazine may, in the end, be the most important statement in the issue, but the hue and cry surrounding the Miyake cover was the news.
Those programs sold out," said Adams, "and there was a hue and cry from the community to focus on Latin America.
Fortunately, the overwhelming hue and cry produced results--in late December 2000, President Clinton signed legislation to retroactively reinstate the installment method for certain accrual-basis taxpayers.
These portrayals are thriving without enormous hue and cry from the government--because people of tolerance are in power.
That's why he's on an outreach mission to get the word out and job done before there s a hue and cry when an elderly homeowner has more than a cow when the second bill comes in July.
We have heard a hue and cry for assisted living, so now we're moving into the category," says Gary Carriero, assistant vice president of development.
FORGET the Gallaghers - Pat and Greg Kane of Hue and Cry have always been the brothers with attitude.
s Attorney General launched an appeal hoping to reverse the bombshell court ruling after a great hue and cry was raised throughout Canada by citizens and politicians of several parties.
One can only begin to imagine the hue and cry that would ensue if Buchanan or Feder were to discover that pro-choice proponents were encouraging the killing of anti-abortionists, with lines through the names of those already killed and the names of the living, their children, and addresses.
The first survey resulted in a hue and cry that led to a new interest in urban forests among community leaders.
Dougherty, a partner at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, explains how this recent hue and cry ignores the extreme imbalance between the time demands created by many of these increasing needs and the capacity to meet those needs through committee work of outside directors.
On their hue and cry, their family members SI Ayub Beg and his two sons came out of the home.