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The FBI said it was a taunt aimed at antifa, a far-left anti-fascist movement whose adherents sometimes engage in violent clashes with right-wing extremists.
He then lightly pushed one of the rioters to get his attention, and taunted them to follow him to the right and up a set of stairs where more police were waiting.
In this game, the Ravens were penalized for taunting for stomping on the Titans’ midfield logo after cornerback Marcus Peters intercepted a pass by Tannehill with just less than two minutes remaining.
A small group remained at the Garfield monument, taunting the police as they again stood in line.
"There's the very word itself in it," said Paruig, forgetting the taunting of Giorsal and all but a father's pride.
The taunting epithet was timed to excite him to fury, which he impulsively spent upon the more immediate provoker.
ELEVEN POSSIBLE CASESFRANK R. STOCKTON
Seeing that it was useless to stay longer, Theo departed, followed by taunting cries and yells, from all in the room.
THE BISHOP'S SHADOWI. T. THURSTON
He left unanswered a taunting remark of the soldier with the bundle.
WANG THE NINTHPUTNAM WEALE
When she forsook me in my shame and trouble, when she stood there taunting me in my prison cell, my heart seemed to die to her.
LOVER OR FRIENDROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY
It needed only118 the memory of Roy's taunting smile to turn his thoughts to sober realities.
TOM SLADE WITH THE COLORSPERCY K. FITZHUGH

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