shout-out


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shout-out

(shout′out′)
n. Slang
A public expression of gratitude or recognition.
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"I was completely overwhelmed, because every night Chrissie would give me a shout-out from the stage when The Pretenders were on.
So far, girls have posted nearly 300 pages of awesome shout-outs! Try doing a shout-out text chain that goes beyond your circles to tell all girls they're beautiful.
Today we are a lot more media-savvyand harder to impress, and so the aging shout-out is getting quieter and quieter.
How are we planning to monetize a shout-out? What are the city council doing?- and the arm's length agencies that exist to promote Birmingham - planning to do this month, and this year, to instil confidence and foster opportunities for Birmingham businesses in the wake of this amazing Olympic windfall?
It was claimed the party was gatecrashed after someone called Radio One DJ Pete Tong's programme and asked to give a "shout-out" about the party.
Superintendent Jeff Schuler hopped on the bus to launch a tour of schools, giving Twitter shout-outs to the bus driver, police departments and faculty along the way.
"To start giving shout-outs to the people that made Garlands so fabulous would require a book thicker than the Yellow Pages, but each and every one of you helped to create a true Liverpool institution, and we cannot thank you enough for all of your support.
It seems to be getting bigger and bigger, with more and more people getting dressed up to come see it as well as knowing the story and shout-outs.
Fiona, whose mum Maggie MacKenzie was an actress in Gaelic soap Machair, says when working at Belladrum she often gets cheeky shout-outs from non-Gaels who spot her filming the BBC Alba show.
The two also never fail to support each other when it comes to their professional endeavours by giving social media shout-outs and attending each other's work events together, be it a film premiere or a musical performance.
As SM Youth Ambassadors, Kaila Estrada and Erika Kristensen are constantly bombarded with thousands of shout-outs and heart-eyed emojis on Instagram.