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- n. Alternative spelling of hoo-ha. (fuss, uproar)
- n. Alternative spelling of hoo-ha. (vagina)
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a disorderly outburst or tumult
Sorry, no etymologies found.
At the end of the day, the entire hoo-hah may be the result of third parties using the town as a cat's paw to attack the Shaykh and his followers.
We had a similar hoo-hah around these parts (Bristol) a few years ago, the area in question being Easton and St Pauls.
The hoo-hah was born late in the first quarter of the Giants' 28-16 Monday night win over the Rams, when St. Louis had in seven plays marched from its own 26-yard line to the Giants' 7, all behind a quick-fire, no-huddle attack.
With all the hoo-hah that college basketball receives, how many of you outside of Indiana followed the Butler Bulldogs this season?
I heard about the fuss first, and then when I read it, I found myself forgetting all about the hoo-hah and just concentrating on the shortcomings of the book itself.
Villa were poor overall but have key players of genuine quality, enough to give them the edge in this kind of blood-n-thunder old-fashioned Premier League hoo-hah encounter.
Considering he received only 5% of the votes at last month's Republican Presidential hoo-hah, it's amazing that he even thinks he has a chance.
When asked if he was a bit fatigued from all this art-related hoo-hah, he sighed.
The story linked to the post is just another in a long line of hoo-hah where academics cherry-pick a section of wealthy white professionals from suburban locals and compare them against lower/working class people in rural/urban environment, so they can sell version #4546765475 of ‘Liberals are smart and better and wonderful and awesome and conservatives are scientifically proven to be stupid and awful’.
But in any event, all this folderol and hoo-hah do raise a good question: why should there be religious exemptions?
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