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a shout

A greeting, salute, or expression of respect to someone addressed to someone while one is being recorded or broadcast, as on radio, television, or the internet. Real quick, I just want to give a shout to my manager Sarah—without her, I never would have gotten this opportunity. While you're on the line, is there anyone you'd like to give a shout to, such as family or friends?
See also: shout

shout

n. an exclamation point. (see also screamer, shriek.) Put a shout at the end of the line. Make this dull story more sexy.

shout

/proclaim from the housetops
To make known publicly.
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Now is the time for the Tours and governing bodies to send the message loud and clear - just as their warning shouts should be every time their ball goes astray.
But he told me to 'man up.'" Alison Gurden, defending, told the court there was no evidence to suggest that Watt had shouted 'murderers' apart from that offered by PC Sinclair.
Exhibit booth, exclusive signage at front of general session room, company name on mobile app and INA website with clickable link, social media recognition, podium shout outs and one complimentary conference registration.
If elected, we will provide $200,000 a year, over 3 years, to provide SHOUT with ongoing funding to further assist our local small community groups.
In addition to Ayman's board seat with Shout TV, the Numbase Group has placed a financial investment into Shout TV to form a strategic partnership and become the leader in prized back trivia competition.
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I do, however, wish her a pleasant retirement and hope that she does not see the need to have to resort to shout at anyone in the future.
Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Limited (NYSE: ANZ) (ANZ.AX) (OTC: ANZBY) has said that it has completed the acquisition of Shout for Good, a company which has developed a digital fundraising platform enabling individuals to donate money to over 150 charities.
People who shout Omaha at pizza or men who shout at hot dogs?
HUNDREDS of young people took to the stage along with tutors and past performers to celebrate 20 years of Jump and Shout dance events.
It shouldn't be tolerated - the kids should just be allowed to play - Machine operator Nigel Wilks, 35, of Thornaby Some parents don't only shout at the kids, they sometimes shout at other parents too.
Carter, owner of Shout & Sack, an independent convenience store in Vinita, Okla., knows what it takes to have "one good one." He and his wife, Jody, opened the business in July 1978, and have since turned the store into the community hub, attracting roughly 3,000 customers a day in this farming town of 6,400.
The Knife's Silent Shout was such a singularly bizarre and awesome dance pop album made by two semi-enigmatic Swedes that it was startling to get something so straightforward, at least in terms of imagery, from the duo's female half, Karin Dreijer Andersson.