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a rough, violent person who engages in destructive actions

upsetting civil order or peace

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Sandine provides a set of historical vignettes illustrating crowds in their once spontaneous, rowdier variety--such as the ones that shut down the Stamp Act in 1765, those that freed slaves awaiting return to the South under the Fugitive Slave Act, those that joined with striking railroad workers in 1877 and striking textile and rubber workers during the 1930s, and finally those of the rebellions that broke out in Harlem in 1935 and 1964 and then elsewhere during the later 1960s.
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Towards the end of the night, with one group rowdier than the other, attention turned to the Triumph.
Previous music festivals I have spent in a pleasant fog of relaxation, beer, friends and enjoying bands - that is when I wasn't crowd surfing to the rowdier options.
com)-- There are few rowdier environments that a sports arena, but that hasn't stopped Scranton Products' Hiny Hiders[R] bathroom partitions from standing up to whatever joys or frustrations the KFC Yum Center's Louisville, KY, fans might vent.
Bayley's is a truly upmarket venue where business professionals can go for a drink without the worry of younger, rowdier customers.
I find the rowdier the gig, the better it goes and the crossdressing helps.
When it got rowdier and louder towards the end they said 'My God, we've never experienced this before.
Most of the time I wish books were rowdier and weirder than they are.
The Manilans got even rowdier, chasing and pushing each other down the street.
USC expects Oregon's normally raucous Autzen Stadium to be even rowdier with the game scheduled for Halloween night.
Nobody managed to play a big innings in support of Will Mellor however, and as the Oak fell behind the clock, the rowdier element of the Scholes travelling support, buoyed up by the availability of alcohol on a Sunday at the old church ground, began to rattle the home batsmen
But AIM garnered most of its following and nearly all of its headlines from its rowdier deeds.
She could have been in Egypt recently, where food riots were getting rowdier and bread lines longer, an image reminiscent more of pre-revolutionary France than a modern-day nation.
In the last two years this speech has been disrupted, in an unseemly and very un-Swiss manner, by the rowdier elements of right-wing parties.