(1) Boris' editorial was marked out by the brouhaha , twisted facts and exaggeration characteristic of British Conservatives in debate.(2) Last week he listened to various angles around the Dunsink brouhaha , as well as stirring up a campaign to open Croke Park to non-Gaelic sports.(3) The lesson from the current brouhaha is surely not that Scotland's exams must not be touched, but that educationalists got it completely wrong.(4) At first I thought Steve had conjured up the entire brouhaha to drum up publicity, but no.(5) For one thing, the brouhaha has provided her with plenty of material for her daytime job as a lecturer in marketing at Bangkok's Thammasat University.(6) She would have been much amused by the recent brouhaha about Martin Scorsese's documentary about Bob Dylan.(7) 24 members resigned over the brouhaha(8) Speaking of storms, what a brouhaha at work today.(9) Amid all the election brouhaha over here, it's easy to miss Jennifer Lopez's bid for power stateside.(10) the brouhaha over those infamous commercials(11) What was lost amid the brouhaha about Martin's background was the display of arcane tradition that his election symbolised.(12) Meanwhile the organisers remain unperturbed by the brouhaha .(13) all that election brouhaha(14) But you and I both know that that will stir up a brouhaha on top of a brouhaha .(15) Since the two test victories over Bangladesh there's been a something of a brouhaha in cricket circles about the validity of their presence in Test cricket.(16) The interesting thing about the BNP brouhaha is the media blackout.