ill-disciplined

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With ingenuous frankness he spoke of what a wicked, ill-disciplined boy he had been, and impulsively drew up his cuff to exhibit upon his wrist the scar from a saber cut which he had received in a duel outside of Paris when he was nineteen.
The Emperor is fleeing with a small, ill-disciplined force before the rebellious general An Lu-shan into the province of Ssuch`uan.
No-nonsense defenders Larry Lloyd and Kenny Burns are great value and a clip showing Burns butting Arsenal's Richie Powling on the back of the head demonstrates what a great job Clough did converting an ill-disciplined liability of a striker into an international centre-back and the 1978 Footballer of the Year.
MOSELEY slumped to the foot of the table after Jersey inflicted a fourth straight defeat on their ill-disciplined opponents.
The Bulls had Danny Williams and Epalahame Lauaki sin-binned in an ill-disciplined display but competed well for much of the first half and trailed just 12-4 at the break.
Connacht were left to regret mistakes in attack and defence as an ill-disciplined Glasgow easily took a bonus point win.
With both sides unbeaten going into a game billed as a potential title decider, Ireland bossed the first half to take a 9-3 half-time lead over the ill-disciplined English thanks to three Johnny Sexton penalties.
The maturity of our current political system can be likened to that of a directionless, disaffected and ill-disciplined teenager.
Since then they have suffered another defeat and produced another ill-disciplined performance.
Goals by Mark Webber (2) and Ian Townsend were more than enough against an ill-disciplined Llantrisant.
London, Sept 1 (ANI): Many grandparents believe their grandchildren are ill-disciplined, bad-mannered, disrespectful and treated too leniently.
Yardley MP John Hemming (Lib Dem), writing on his website, said: "The looting and vandalism is done by ill-disciplined youths.