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  • n. Plural form of furor.

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Examples

  • And then there are the recent furors over T.S. Eliot's anti-Semitism.

    Oh, to Be In England

  • In a sprawling article surveying the 2010 election cycle in Colorado, USA Today noted that Buck, a favorite of the Tea Party and other right-wing groups, "seems to be sliding to the center" in an effort to "sidestep some of the furors that have trailed other Tea Party-backed Senate contenders."

    Ken Buck Tells USA Today He'd Consider A Path To Citizenship For Illegal Immigrants

  • So explains K. Prasad Venkatesh, chief of infotronics research and advanced engineering for Ford Motor, a company not slowing down its drive into the digital age, even amid current furors about distracted driving or the reliability of competitor Toyota's electronics.

    Living With the Electronic Car

  • The GOP continues its spiral of death by manufacturing pseudo-furors about issues that do not resonate with mainstream America, and help solve none of our pressing problems.

    Jeff Schweitzer: Learn Me Some Good Schooling

  • After the campaigns or furors are over, he said, the stories hang together, “except, obviously, for the bit about Gore.”

    Newsies! | ATTACKERMAN

  • Both also ran headlong into racist forces that threatened to derail their careers, and both sparked furors when they married white men.

    Leslie Ugghams to Play Lena Horne

  • BARACK OBAMA, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: When a crisis hits, there's all too often a lurch from shock to trance, with everyone responding to the tempest of the moment until the furors die down and the media coverage has moved on to something else.

    CNN Transcript Apr 18, 2009

  • That's one way to make sense of these tumultuous first days -- from the furors over Tim Geithner's and Tom Daschle's taxes, to the howls over waivers for lobbyists, to the teeth gnashing over the Democrats '"stimulus" bill.

    The What and How of Obama

  • It helps knock down the inevitable scandals and furors that come with a national campaign.

    Hullabaloo

  • The only thing you know how to do is lick the furors boots, and watch my bill of rights get taken away.

    Think Progress » Geraldo wants to fight Keith Olbermann.

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