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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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While other clubs have shouted from the rooftops, Manuel has signed new players and tied his star names down to long-term contracts with a minimum of fuss.
His sentiments on the subject of geography and the way the word should be used ought to be shouted from the rooftops.
But what is now incontrovertibly clear to me is that we must be proud of the people who have come before us, of those who have fought, rallied, litigated, shouted from the rooftops, and endured terrible hardships so that we may express ourselves like no generation has before us.
I WAS wondering why in the past years up until the 2007, before the recession hit, the number of people registered unemployed was at a record low, a statistic the Government shouted from the rooftops, yet the unemployment benefits bill has soared in that time to record highs.