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England captain Matt Dawson last night welcomed the sinbin into this season's inaugural Lloyds TSB Six Nations Championship and declared: "I've been shouting from the rooftops for it.
With so many people shouting from the rooftops, it must be a very hot solution for all information systems challenges.
Stephen Shaw said: "You're a liar because if you had not received them you would have been shouting from the rooftops and you never breathed a word of it.
So let's hear it for all the winners and all those who were highly commended - and let's keep on shouting from the rooftops about what we have to offer here and showing people this is a place no one can afford to miss out on.
Amid the bad publicity about Cardiff's nightlife, there is much more that we should be shouting from the rooftops about: great sporting attractions, a vibrant arts and cultural scene, a strong and proud history, and beautiful natural wonders just a short drive away.
This is a Government which is shouting from the rooftops that it wants growth; our farms can help deliver that growth, right across the country.
We should all be shouting from the rooftops that here is a national treasure, an international asset and a priceless investment in the future.
Guide editor Alastair McCall said: "There are pockets of excellence at Huddersfield that are worth shouting from the rooftops.
But I'm not shouting from the rooftops because we have got plenty of hard weekends to come.
If Everton had started the season like this, then were having the long unbeaten run from a couple of months ago at this stage, the supporters would be shouting from the rooftops now.
They knew the danger of shouting from the rooftops where FIFA and Sepp Blat ter (pictured) are concerned.
I don't mean shouting from the rooftops but we do have a representative body now with John Underhill as chairman.