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“She was serenaded by the resident choir at The Brink - made up of recovering addicts called the Raucous Caucus Recovery Chorus - singing a traditional native American Indian song titled Wings Of A Dove.”
“Raucous cheers and jeers greeted the bill's easy passage in the national assembly.”
“Raucous protests against the legislation helped launch the tea party movement in 2009.”
“She must have decided we should have a side of Raucous with Earsplitting Sauce—because she was being anything but quiet.”
“KAMPALA, Uganda—Raucous street protests here that earlier appeared to herald the arrival of a popular uprising, inspired by the calls for democracy in the Arab world, have since fizzled into angry honks from scattered car horns.”
“Africa Dispatch Zimbabwe Suspends Raucous Constitutional Hearings Dinner, Dates & Politics With Somalia's Premier Building Breezy Homes in Ghana Isn't So Easy WSJ. com/Africa: News, photos, graphics Follow @WSJAFRICA on Twitter Crime in South Africa, our adoptive home, is the subject of dinner party conversation in much the same way that the weather was in London — everyone agrees it's bad but there doesn't seem much people can do about it.”
“Raucous celebrations broke out across Libya, as fighters shouted and fired their weapons into the air after news of the rebel progress spread rapidly across the country.”
“Raucous and roaring the whole way, it was clear this was a strong run.”
“The third movement here may be the best ever recorded: Raucous to the point of vulgarity, it is a nonstop clatter of screeching winds, pounding timpani and cutting trumpets atop snare-drum exclamations.”
“Raucous aerial acts, Pogo-stick peelers, hula-hoop hotties; we've got it all," according to the Lucha VaVoom website.”
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