ill-behaved


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Edgar & Ellen are two ill-behaved twins who like to confuse and frustrate residents of Nod's Limbs.
For example, in the chapter on women it praises women on the one hand as being equal to men in the eyes of Allah, and deserving of fair treatment, but on the other hand it specifically states (in surah 4:34) that a man has the right to beat his wife if there is fear that she is disloyal or ill-behaved (Ali, 1934, p.
During the week at our beach hut I did not hear a single foul-mouthed outburst, witness a violent family row or wince at the antics of an ill-behaved child.
THIS week Blaydon MP John McWilliam revealed hidden talents as a musician and an ill-behaved schoolboy.
The constant change can make the child more aggressive and ill-behaved due to a disruption in their normal routine.
Lisa, a stay-at-home mum, is outnumbered and burned out by her boisterous, ill-behaved children, especially her strong-willed daughter.
But new disciplinary rules could ease some of that pressure, by giving teachers confidence to tackle ill-behaved pupils and parents.
79) Since wife killers tended to be clustered in the upper tier of the city's working class, convicting and punishing murderous husbands fortified the boundary between rough and respectable, tamping down the ill-behaved ruffians who tried to rise above their station.
Brown (Colin Firth) tame his seven exceedingly ill-behaved children.
They instead to improve themselves involved ill-behaved, dispersal bungling in the University for getting violently regular appointment i.