trouble-maker

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Four days later a mouthy trouble-maker told her mother that the book had hit her on the head.
A teenage trouble-maker has been banned from part of a town under an order obtained for the first time by a county council.
Concerns are growing at Elland Road that Smith has been branded a trouble-maker for life - despite his attempts by the player to clean up his image.
His father, a retired major also called Malcolm, 50, choked back tears as he said at his home near Wincanton, Somerset: "My son was not a trouble-maker.
What they are really saying is that anyone who even sounds Scottish is liable to be a hooligan or a trouble-maker.
Few Street characters will be sorry to see the back of the trouble-maker who was sacked from Mike Baldwin's factory.
But Collymore claims he is not a trouble-maker and refuses to accept he has a self-destructive streak in his character.
The 30-year-old is a notorious trouble-maker in his home town of Ellon, Aberdeenshire, and he has been barred from every pub.
They also recommended bonuses of up to pounds 2,500 if a school takes on a trouble-maker - paid by a "fine" on the school which expelled the youngster.
But it is hard to make a formal complaint as people are afraid of losing their job or being classed a trouble-maker.
WIGAN midfielder Charles N'Zogbia has denied he is a trouble-maker or sulker and is looking forward to a challenge with his new club.
He wasn't a trouble-maker, he was a quiet, chilled-out lad who loved life and loved his sport.