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Uncommunicative since the death of her father, 15-year-old Kate Allen endures an unwanted move to London where she must stay with a caring but overbearing sister, attend a school where her aloofness is taken for haughtiness and battle feelings of self-loathing, apathy and abandonment.
Abrasive, bumptious and uncommunicative individuals - no matter how brilliant or ambitious they may be - should find something else to study other than the science and art of healing.
As a man who felt betrayed by life and his country, McGill could be surly, moody and uncommunicative.
Even if your teens and tweens don't fit the sulky, uncommunicative stereotype, keeping them occupied is a struggle - particularly on holiday.
KAREN, Birmingham AMENTIONING to his teacher that he is clingy and uncommunicative is not fussing, Karen.
The company was being singularly uncommunicative on the matter yesterday.
Drawing on 35 years of experience as a psychoanalyst and family therapist, Nichols (psychology, College of William and Mary) explains secrets of successful communication that will help readers reduce arguments, get uncommunicative people to open up, and get through to people who never seem to listen.
Hotel staff described him as fairly uncommunicative and formal.
Throughout the story, Fitzroy attempts to reconnect with his retired office-manager father, a well heeled, country-club type, but uncommunicative enough to make it a frustrating endeavor.
Also, I don't know if it's just the time of year, but buyers are uncommunicative.
Chief executive Carey Arban said: "Lynne has been secretive, disorganised, uncommunicative and unresponsive to continual requests for vital information.
Trainer Ralph Beckett was equally uncommunicative on the subject in the build-up to last weekend's St Leger in which the filly finished third.