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heckle

an instrument for combing flax or hemp
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Teddy, who is also a mainstay of the noontime variety show 'It's Showtime,' said that luckily, he had yet to experience being attacked by hecklers.
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Boris Johnson leaves his Islington home to be faced by hecklers
The heckler added: "What have you done to this country?" Johnson replied: "It seems absolutely fine to me.
Synopsis: In general terms, a heckler is a person who harasses and tries to disconcert others with questions, challenges, or gibes.
Veteran comedy writer Barry Cryer has spent 50 years watching entertainers take on hecklers - and he says it's all down to a quick wit and spontaneity.
He said he wants to listen to what the hecklers have to say.
You deal with this heckler with a well-honed put down or off the cuff remark.
Chappelle has had trouble with hecklers in the past, including in June when they interrupted his show in Knoxville, Tenn.
IF you do enough presenting you will eventually encounter the heckler.
Those who speak or perform in public can expect hecklers, particularly with audiences who may be offended by what the speaker says or represents.
This past weekend Bean brought his on-screen fighting skills to London where he got stabbed in the arm after he was defending his date from hecklers at a London pub.