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cry

1. Hunting the baying of a pack of hounds hunting their quarry by scent
2. a pack of hounds
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19 ( ANI ): Crying foul over the Election Commission of India (ECI) recommending the disqualification of its 20 MLAs from the Delhi Assembly, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has said that the due course has not been adopted in the matter.
The comparable theories most relevant to explaining why crying foul can be reasonably expected to counter questionable tactics are those that approach argumentation as interaction, as an exchange between speaker and auditors involving bilateral vectors of communication.
Sudan's first multi-party elections in two decades went into a second day Monday after a chaotic start which saw southern former rebels crying foul and electoral officials acknowledging "mistakes.
Local trucking companies, instead of crying foul, you should be looking to follow the Saudi example.
The International Marine Mammal Project and other environmental and fair trade groups are crying foul.
Instead of crying foul, officials should now cut their losses.
Robert Greenwald's documentaries often have those on the political right crying foul, particularly ``Outfoxed,'' which cites Fox News for a conservative bias, and ``Uncovered,'' which features Washington insiders detailing the Bush administration's determination to go to war in Iraq.
Indeed, environmentalists in India are already crying foul over government-subsidized bamboo extraction from that country's supposedly protected forests, including the world-renowned Nagarjunasagar Tiger Reserve.
And the recent deletion of a long-maintained page from the Department of Health and Human Services Web site for gays and lesbians struggling with substance abuse has many gay leaders crying foul.
Some bitter people are crying foul over inside info, but that's the way it goes.
Residents of New York City may be excited to see their home values pass the $1 million mark, but the buyers of these big-ticket digs are crying foul.
Reproductive rights advocates are crying foul after pharmacists at an Eckerd Pharmacy in Texas refused to fill a prescription for emergency contraception for a rape victim.