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furor

/fu·ror/ (fu´ror) fury; rage.
furor epilep´ticus  an attack of intense anger occurring in epilepsy.

furor

(fūr′ŏr) [L., rage]
Extremely violent outbursts of anger, often without provocation.

furor femininus

An obsolete term for nymphomania.
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Furore PR managing director Nicola Davis said she was "delighted" the company had managed to win the new business.
We've been aware of Furore PR for some time and were impressed that as one of very few consumer PR agencies outside of London they are still able to gain such great results on a national and international level for their other fashion clients," she said.
Yes, the heat may have gone down following the furore surrounding the game.
The furore followed the embarrassing publication of photographs of born- again Christian Oliver in a romantic embrace with an Aberdeen businessman's wife.
The furore over the Labour leadership battle gathered pace after David Miliband apparently criticised his brother Ed's maiden speech.
Furore PR was created in November 2004 and I deliberately set up a London-style PR agency in Birmingham.
The Duchess of York has been attending an awards ceremony in the US, collecting a gong for her charitable work amid a furore over a newspaper sting that showed her accepting money for an introduction to her former husband.
They should have known the furore this would have caused and I would go further and say where was the Prime Minister in all of this, he should have seen the backlash.
RUSSELL Brand has brushed off the furore over "Manuelgate" as "meaningless"
RANGERS striker Nacho Novo insists the furore surrounding his desire to play for Scotland was taken "too far".
But Oxford crown court manager Geraldine Henley insisted it was nothing to do with the furore.
Gibson has been embroiled in a furore after anti-Semitic remarks he made when arrested for drunk-driving in California.