This is not the time to cry foul
about consultations and dialogue.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Dec 18 (ANI): Former Chief Election Commissioner Naveen Chawla on Monday asserted that political parties or candidate tended to cry foul
and blame the electronic voting machines (EVMs) when they are losing the elections.
We stay in the EU, though the Brexiteers will cry foul
and demand a future referendum.
Those whose candidates get selected feel rewarded, while those who are not able to get their men inside the system cry foul
Privacy campaigners who cry foul
are failing to clock the problem is with technology not democracy.
Aston Christians cry foul
over Villa's Easter Sunday Liverpool clash.
Summary: With reference to Khaleej Times report headlined 'Commuters cry foul
over hike in Metro charges' published on August 8, here is an update on metro fares for different trips:
I submit that speakers who cry foul
pressure opponents to repair or abandon questionable tactics by making a norm determinate, and by making manifest the badness of the tactic and that the speaker is exercising forbearance.
People there will cry foul
against inauthenticity in a second.
ROYLE family star Ricky Tomlinson visited Warwickshire to cry foul
over irresponsible dog owners.
IT'S tempting to cry foul
when a manager scoops pounds 4million from a lucky dip ticket bought in his own shop.
Not content with blaming poor crowd control on ManYoo fans, they are continuing to cry foul
over Giggs' "controversial" free-kick.
Tory MP Hugo Swire said: "Greenwich is in the position where if it is successful, its competitors will cry foul
Toledo's handlers, realizing that an upcoming debate with Fujimori could finish their candidate off, had Toledo drop out of the race in May 2000 and cry foul
It's another thing to cry foul
about the new economy, where corporations start in the garage or the attic, and are organized around stock options rather than "exploitation.