brouhaha


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a condition of intense public interest or excitement

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loud confused noise from many sources

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a confused disturbance far greater than its cause merits

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Brouhaha International's executive director Giles Agis said: "Carnival fever on the big day is always a fun-packed, vibrant time for all the family as Brouhaha takes to the streets for Liverpool's largest carnival event and the UK's second biggest.
The local authority was ruled 45% liable, and Brouhaha 55%, and families of the two victims are in line for millions in compensation.
The local authority was ruled 45% liable, and Brouhaha 55%, and must now pay millions of pounds in damages to victims of the incident.
In his latest post on social networking site Twitter Tharoor said: "Was travelling out of range and missed brouhaha.
Brouhaha and Chester-le-Street council admitted breaching Health and Safety.
However, free as he is from the brouhaha in which the older artists wrap themselves--and the way it veils their work's conceptual shortcomings--Hawkinson finds himself in a relatively vulnerable position.
SpongeBoh was recently the center of a media brouhaha over his appearance in a video shown to elementary school children to promote tolerance of different kinds of people, a video the conservative Christian group Focus on the Family says promotes the gay lifestyle.
Award-winning poet Adrian Blevins has penned The Brass Girl Brouhaha, a compilation of original free-verse poetry that especially reflects upon the experience of being a woman.
A month after the brouhaha began, Watts defiantly faced angry investors demanding an explanation.
The recent twin scandals at the New York Times concerning reporters Jayson Blair and Rick Bragg are small potatoes compared to the big brouhaha brewing over Walter Duranty, the Times' long-dead-and-buried celebrity embarrassment.
John Endler of the University of California, Santa Barbara, who pioneered the guppy studies, sighs over "this huge brouhaha over UV signals.
The brouhaha mostly surrounds the release of a book, portraying girls as either emotionally evil Queen Bees or their socially inferior Wannabes.
It might have been better to have saved it until the forthcoming brouhaha has been and gone.
Forget the stain-status of the infamous Gap dress, the most intriguing mystery of the Clinton-Lewinsky brouhaha thus far has been the sharp differences in opinion it has wrought among scandal watchers.