hoo-ha


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hoo-ha

(ˈhuhɑ)
1. n. a commotion. A deer created quite a hoo-ha by running frantically through the department store.
2. n. nonsense. What is all this hoo-ha about your leaving the company?
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Nesser's first book was called The Happy Hoo-Ha, a monologue of her outrageous storytelling about ladies naked (and men too
There is a hoo-ha about the new development at the moment but if that goes ahead, Regent Grove will do really well," he added.
Until all the hoo-ha over the policy initiative burst into the open, I have to admit that I had no idea that British non-dom tax status is virtually unique in the world.
A b g -IT'S To be honest, I think the hoo-ha over Alex Salmond's flag-waving was much more entertaining than Murray's straight-sets victory.
I must be missing something with the whole hoo-ha over Celtic's Green Brigade last week.
THERE'S been a bit of a hoo-ha in Ireland over the omission of Seamus Coleman from the Republic of Ireland team last week.
You can go through all the psychological babble and hoo-ha, it is how we play when we turn up.
The hoo-ha about new vets forms and the penalties handed out to owners who don't account for greyhounds' whereabouts are surely indications that the welfare of greyhounds is the motivating factor behind the GBGB's efforts.
Talking about bags: some time ago when all the hoo-ha about recycling plastic carriers was at its height, we bought a couple of reusable bags from the Kirkwood Hospice shop.
ALL this hoo-ha over Michael Jackson has knocked the death of a true British trouper off the front pages.
But beyond all the hoo-ha and hype, democracy won on November 4, 2008.
In all tee Fred Thompson hoo-ha, whatever happened to Newt Gingrich's candidacy?
Russ never bothers to knit a ale together, which is why his Who episodes fail to live up to the hoo-ha.
Or the hoo-ha if Sir Alex Ferguson banned Roy Keane from walking his dog.
THERE was a tremendous hoo-ha last week because the number of women in prison has shot up from 1,000 in 1970 to 4,045 today.