If a man among this crowd, whose uproar
strikes us deaf, crosses the threshold of the House of Commons, I swear to run my sword that moment--not into his, but into your body
The Danaans then fled panic-stricken towards their ships, and all was uproar
Shortly after mid-day, a great uproar
of shouting and cheering broke out in the camp, with mustering of men and calling of bugles.
If there had been uproar
and shouting before, it was as naught to the noise which now broke forth.
If they hear any groaning or uproar
as of men fighting about the house, they are not to come out, but are to keep quiet and stay where they are at their work.
New Delhi [India], Mar 07 ( ANI ): The Rajya Sabha was adjourned till 2 pm on Wednesday following the Opposition's uproar
on various issues.
29 and its subsequent statements that appeared to downplay the risks in the aftermath of the public uproar
AC Judge Mohammad Bashir, who took up the case for hearing, later issued order for Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad to probe the incident of lawyers' uproar
There was immediately an uproar
from the conservative clergy against this change.
also helps artists raise funds through their crowdfunding platform, advertises artists and even gives members an opportunity to earn a revenue all while never charging members for anything.
And as for host Bruce Forsyth, who turned 85 in February, Bruno thinks it will cause a national uproar
when he quits.
could force a vote on the reform that would allow supermarkets up to a 51 per cent stake in retail ventures.
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Firework displays will take place across North Wales: Tonight at Cyffylliog Village, tomorrow at Tir Prince in Towyn and on Sunday in Pwllheli town centre.
Following the uproar
, Mr Obama admitted he could have "calibrated those words differently".
a state of commotion, excitement, or violent disturbance <Now the dining room was in an uproar