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We’ve heard very little from Congress in the last two years on energy, despite all of the initial hoopla, and it’s not clear what energy policy is going to look like after the November election.

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Hoopla isn’t available to everyone, instead partnering with some local libraries and schools across the country to provide streaming movies, shows, and audiobooks to their members.

For the most part, however, the North Fork has managed to avoid the hoopla and remain the sedate, bucolic destination it has been for the last 50 years.

All the hoopla is because, well, officials here spent a lot of money on deals to secure more supplies and build water infrastructure.

“For all the hoopla about how invested we are in our vulnerable population, it’s a waste of time,” Elliott said.

The Emmy Award-winning Gupta “feels good” to bring a measure of objectivity to a story with such hoopla attached to it.

But the hoopla over it reflects some strange and antiquated thinking.

But this spring in Paris, the Mapplethorpe hoopla is taking an interesting turn.

That is the kind of human bridge-building these foreign trips with all the hoopla can produce.

None of the hoopla seemed to have fazed the Iranian president, who loves to bask in controversy during his U.S. visits.

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On this page you'll find 56 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hoopla, such as: brouhaha, bustle, buzz, commotion, emotion, and frenzy.

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