Asked in Food Additives
What ban had to be modified because a banned food additive made such a public outcry?
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Asked in US Constitution
Why did its omission from the original constitution raise such an outcry?
Asked in Example Sentences
How do you use outcry in a sentence?
Asked in Actors & Actresses
What actors and actresses appeared in Outcry - 2008?
What are the release dates for Revolution 618 - 2010 Wilderness Outcry 1-9?
What are the release dates for Wall Street Warriors - 2006 The Open Outcry 2-5?
Asked in Commodities, Stock Options and Futures
What is 'open outcry' in futures trading?
An open outcry is a traders attempt to verbally shout either a buy or sell order. - - - - - Kind of. In an Open Outcry system, which is mostly used on commodities exchanges, traders use hand signals to issue buy or sell orders. They scream, too, but the orders are actually placed through the use of hand signals. This is going away, to be replaced by electronic signaling systems. Some traders prefer open outcry; they know the other traders in the pit and how they trade, and by watching them you can tell what to do on an issue.
Asked in Military Aircraft
Why is air strike footage like an ac-130 killcam allowed to be shown to the public?
How do you use the term Far outcry in a sentence?
This is actually two separate terms. The word "outcry" means a general complaint from the public, while "far cry" is an idiom meaning something of a very different nature or magnitude (i.e. distant) from another. Example: There was a great outcry over the increase in property taxes. Examples: Locking a student in the closet is a far cry from maintaining classroom discipline. The Christmas celebration at the mall is a far cry from caroling around the town. The weather in San Diego is a far cry from the snows of Yosemite.
Asked in Synonyms and Antonyms
What is another word for shout meaning a loud outcry?
A method of trading on a commodity exchange that uses verbal bids and offers in the trading pits?
Asked in Rock Music, United Kingdom, The Beatles
Where did beatlemania spread?
All over the world. By 1967, you would have had to be living on another planet not to have heard of the Beatles. John Lennon controversially said in that year 'we're more popular than Jesus' - a statement that he hurriedly had to retract because of the public outcry that ensued, particularly in middle America.