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This suggests the brain might be recognising the social consequences of the sound of taunting laughter.
In high school, Matthew Shepard was spared taunting. It wasn't until he was at the University of Wyoming that he was handed the ultimate punishment for being gay.
Fat school-aged children are more likely to be the targets of a bully's taunting and teasing than their normal-weight peers.
Sorgen said `that's taunting. (Lewis) was standing right there.
Make sure that your players understand that once the game begins, any show of disrespect, taunting, or showboating will not be tolerated.
A parent should never legitimize the taunting of a schoolmate by taking a smug "my kid is better" attitude, which I believe happens a lot in middle- and upper-class families.
Sick Aberdeen fans are taunting Ian Durrant about the horror injury that almost cost his career.
"The short answer is yes," Thompson said and added he and his teammates were aware that they should not engage in taunting. According to Thompson, it was a tactic by the coach to get the team started up.  "He wanted us to be aggressive and play hard," Thompson said.
I imagine with his training and experience he would have gone to his target who was taunting him.
London, Feb 20 (ANI): Janet Jackson has revealed that her superstar brother, Michael, made her life miserable by taunting her about her weight.
But like the rest of his colleagues, he couldn't resist taunting Mr Brown.
WORCESTER - The School Committee last night approved selling naming rights to the field at Foley Stadium as well as advertising at the home of city athletic events and endorsed administration efforts to offset racial taunting at a recent basketball game by bringing together students from the two schools involved.