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sung or uttered rhythmically in a monotone

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And then fans chanted 'We've had a shot' after a rare foray forward.
Fans who are accused of being close to the knuckle - and it happens - will respond with indignant "whataboutery" and say that Boro fans chanted this about Jimmy Savile, or Boro chanted that about Adam Johnson.
The monks and devotees from nearly 15 countries chanted hymns for world peace in the temple.
We didn't like that the slogans were being chanted,' he accepted while speaking to media.
And what happens if the 2,000 other fans who also chanted turn up tomorrow at the local nick and say "I'm guilty too.
But the chants often have a unpleasant undercurrent too as was demonstrated during the Scotland/England match when England fans chanted incessantly: "No Surrender to the IRA".
Also, at a Women Youth Convention event at AlHamra Arts Council in Lahore, enthusiastic PTI supporters chanted GoNawazGo slogans in the presence of Ahsan Iqbal.
Supporters of Wales' premier clubs, Cardi City and Swansea City, have long chanted four-letter lled songs about each others' sides.
According to eye-witnesses, a section of Millwall fans chanted 'Istanbul' repeatedly in a reference to the deaths.
Culled from the kundalini yoga tradition, Ra Ma Da Sa is intended to be chanted for someone in need of healing.
Hammers fans were also heard hissing - mimicking the gassing of Jews in the Holocaust - throughout the game, and some Spurs fans reported on Twitter that Adolf Hitler's name was chanted by the away support.
Hammers fans were also heard hissing - mimicking the gassing of Jews in the Holocaust - throughout the game and some Spurs fans reported on Twitter that Adolf Hitler's name was chanted by the away support.