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  • n. Plural form of hooligan.


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  • Among the old-world standards, Mr. Stearns separates the princely heroes from what he calls the "hooligans" in comedic works such as "Don Quixote."

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  • The perimeter fortified this morning with armored vehicles, U.S. security sources telling us that some demonstrators have left because of the shooting, but they also report that some known what they call hooligans, anarchists they believe are here to incite violence, have come in as recently as this morning, and they are bracing, as we just heard from Alessio, for more activity this afternoon here in the streets of Genoa -- Kyra.

    CNN Transcript Jul 21, 2001

  • The calender is a monthly collage featuring various assorted hooligans from the 2004 convention including yours truly, wearing the famous silver shirt.

    Friday randomness

  • Soccer is also the only sport in the world that has "hooligans" - proletarian mobs that trash private property whenever their team loses.

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  • "I didn't have the slightest idea of their reputation as so-called hooligans," he says.

    Far-right Finnish politician Timo Soini bids for presidency

  • And as it heats up, the crazy and rowdy crowds also called hooligans starts to make troubles by hitting each other, throwing, destroying and burning the stadium while others caught up with police in pitch battle: Crazy indeed.

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  • Meanwhile, kudos to the Detroit Pistons organization for taking swift action against fans identified as hooligans, barring two season-ticket holders from the arena indefinitely.

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  • And whilst both sports may have a small minority of their fans classified as hooligans, the football minority that I witnessed went straight to anger, incitement and to within a hairs width of violent as their first reaction.

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  • Look Out, Hooligans! because while the hooligans are the product of their own choices, the kids are unimpeachably innocent.

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