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shout

Informal Brit, Austral, and NZ
a. a round, esp of drinks
b. one's turn to buy a round of drinks

shout

To yell or scream via email. It is WRITING WITH ALL CAPITAL LETTERS TO MAKE A POINT instead of using asterisks and underscored words which are considered a gentler way to emphasize something.
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Cathedral development co-ordinator Canon John Sadler said: "We want to shout from the rooftops and spread the message about our city's jewel."
Its a strange analogy when railway workers have a day of action, management and the Government shout from the rooftops about how much irresponsible strikers have cost the local economy, so can London Midland tell us how much its incompetence has cost and the protracted figures to the end of December.
Bradford v AFC Wimbledon We like to shout from the rooftops when teams come out of our sponsored divisions and kick on in the Football League but Wimbledon's problems have been evident since the midway point of last season.
"We're not going to shout from the rooftops that he's ready to play before the end of the season.
Faith leaders "should shout from the rooftops that AIDS is not a punishment from God but a medical condition which is preventable," the former leader of South Africa's Anglican church, Archbishop Njongo Ndungane, has told the World AIDS campaign.
These people do not feel the need to shout from the rooftops that they are Christians.
We need to shout from the rooftops what Tees Valley has to offer - we're an ambitious North-east city region that's really going places.
I know -- shout from the rooftops citing flimsy, less-than-scientific theory that global warming is destroying the planet.
I wanted to shout from the rooftops that I was not the pianist I thought I would be.
ONE lady was so excited about winning that she literally wanted to shout from the rooftops. Her winners advisor took her on to the roof of the building and let her shout "I've Won!" to the whole of Merseyside.
'We are not going to shout from the rooftops what we will do but I want to progress and anything has to be better than last season,' he said.