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BILL PATERSON, 71 (CHARLES THE HIPPY) What is the most rebellious thing you did when you were young?
Remember they are little more than children and much like many children, including my granddaughter, make rebellious and at times foolish decisions.
It must be noted that during Musharraf's rule, a rebellious Baloch leader Akbar Bugti who remained in hiding was killed when a shell allegedly exploded in the cave in which his camp was set.
Earlier in the day, the parliament in closed session approved two bills on granting greater autonomy to the rebellious regions in the east as well as amnesty for most of those involved in the fighting.
I know of many cases of rebellious children, however, I cannot think of one case where I believe that a parent had given up on their child to the point that they would have taken their child to a court of law and asked the court to rule that the child be put to death.
State TV also said government troops were fully in control of the rebellious Midan neighbourhood on the southern edge of Damascus.
All teens are rebellious, but eventually they and their parents work things out.
Rebellious Queen has put in a decent trial here, has fared well in the draw and is worthy of each-way support at the 33-1 offered by Betfred.
One in four women admitted they were attracted to men with a rebellious streak.
Steal a bit of authenticity by raiding the vintage shops for well-worn tees with some rebellious history attached.
With Aidan Turner taking the role of the playboy Dante Gabriel Rossetti, the rebellious youths will be sure to wield their boyish charm over even the stoniest of female viewer.
2 : fighting against or refusing to obey authority <a rebellious teenager>