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7. Writing on Anger

Body language and behaviour to show anger Argue and refuse to listen to other opinions Attack someone verbally or physically Ball hands into fists Bare teeth Clench jaws Curse Explode in strident laughter Flare nostrils Frown or scowl Glare Gnash the teeth Lash out at people Lower eyebrows Make rude gestures Narrow the eyes Point a finger at someone Poke somebody in the chest Pound fist(s) on furniture or a wall Scream or yell Shake a fist Speak loudly and/or rapidly Stand with arms crossed Stomp Throw a tantrum Anger related words

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