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Summary: An image of women shouting from the rooftops in protest at Iran's presidential election last June won the top World Press Photo prize for news photography on Friday.
I am not shouting from the rooftops that West Brom are going to stay up, but I am not being pessimistic either as I never have been.
Dubai: Forget shouting from the rooftops - you would not be heard past the local post office.
It means they're confident and that's a good thing, but it's still no reason to be shouting from the rooftops.
I'm not going to be shouting from the rooftops that I should be getting a new deal.
An example of this is the recent announcement of the possible job losses at Coventry Airport, thanks to the minority from Baginton and the surrounding area shouting from the rooftops against the expansion of the airport.
We put other countries to shame, so it's about time we were shouting from the rooftops about it.
Both Airbus and Boeing were busy shouting from the rooftops (or in fact from the luxurious chalets).
After shouting from the rooftops at the news of his win, Pearson added: "What I love the most about my job is that you never know what the day is going to bring.
Hell never admit it, but it is for all these reasons that Andrew should be shouting from the rooftops, "Don't get infected--I hate it
We are not shouting from the rooftops, but it is difficult when you go second.
Dyer's agent had also been shouting from the rooftops that we hacks were stirring it and accusations were all lies.