heckle


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to torment with persistent insult or ridicule

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a comb for separating flax fibers

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Under fire, she does not buckle; she even welcomes the airing of the issue, she says, but reminds Heckle and Jeckle and their principal of their own moral responsibilities to the nation.
She wrote, "I am of the opinion that if they heckle I'm getting to them and making valid points."
Queen tribute act Dios Salve a la Reina have been booked to play on the Mathew Street stage and Mr Heckle is confident the band will keep fans of the Mathew Street Festival happy.
But if the heckle is real and you are on your toes, you can snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.
Mr Heckle added: "We contacted them and invited them along.
Mr Heckle said: "Andreas has played here before, including at last year's festival with the Clube Big Beatles tribute band.
Daily Caller publisher Neil Patel said it was not Munro's intention to heckle Obama.
She told how she first met Mr Heckle screen-printing Beatles T-shirts and hanging them to dry on a bathroom radiator, when: "I discovered he was only one of a handful of Liverpudlians doing 'Beatlesy things'."
Cultural historian Peter Stead said that before the age of the professional politician, responding to a heckle was part of the stock in trade of an MP or minister's life.
Mr Heckle said companies had also expressed interest in Mexico and Argentina.
COMEDIAN Johnny Vegas has told the Echo he WANTS people to heckle him at his Cardiff show tomorrow night.
A great heckle can be one of the funniest parts of a show but there are hecklers who are there with the blatant intention of disrupting the show.
The Bowdena deal represents a dream come true for Bill Heckle and his Cavern City tours teammates, who first conceived the plan more than a decade ago.
Jimmy quipped that the traders at BGC Partners in Canary Wharf had only four GCSEs to their names yet raked in loads of cash, prompting one to heckle: "At least we pay tax on it."
"I've always looked young so people assume that if they heckle me, I'll break down in tears, which isn't necessarily true.