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The SP chief believes women are only meant for catcalls," said Moiz Fatima, a Congress worker.
While Roberts received over a hundred catcalls from men all off background, Simpson was largely ignored.
So much for the Southern Pacific and our morning catcalls.
Several parts of his speech to the GMB annual conference in Brighton were interrupted by shouts, boos and catcalls from delegates, while some held up a banner which read: "Vince Cable not welcome - Stop Attacking Workers' Rights.
However, the match will be remembered for Dean's contentious call and he and his fellow officials left the field to catcalls and chants of: "You don't know what you're doing
The catcalls happened off camera when Grey and Hough were being interviewed only seconds before Palin spoke with host Tom Bergeron about her daughter Bristol, who is a contestant.
Harvard University basketball's starting point guard Jeremy Lin has faced the stereotypical catcalls of "too skinny," "too short" and "go play violin like the rest of your people," despite the fact that he led his high school team to a state title and is Harvard's top scorer.
And Milan's fickle beaumonde thought nothing of treating this year's performers to loud catcalls when they took their final bows after interpreting the very same opera Dec.
Perhaps they were Tottenham or Arsenal fans allowing their club allegiances to spill over into the international arena, but the Chelsea defender did not deserve the catcalls for his error which led to Kazakhstan's goal.
Against the background of a cacophony of Catalan catcalls, Ronaldo's customary pre-penalty gunslinger stance appeared as confident as ever.
There were the oft-televised orchestrated shouting matches, catcalls and threats by disgruntled Clintonistas (Fuller Clark, Portsmouth Democrat, charitably dismisses, the anger: There s a lot of pain out there").