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All have to cope with disruptive pupils unable to keep up, becoming more defiant and uncooperative at school.
The report of Vin being uncooperative on the set comes as a shocker to fans as he has been very regular in updating the progress of the film on his Facebook page.
Procedures against uncooperative borrowers could have taken 15-20 years, the minister said.
I will do whatever I can, I can assure you of that, but you must understand they are very stubborn and uncooperative," Sharif is quoted as saying to Clinton.
The NIS said that Ri's uncooperative attitude included unilaterally repositioning the troops and expressing dissatisfaction over the transfer of control to the party of the North's businesses that generate foreign currency.
Glanmor Griffiths was said to be uncooperative at the police station PICTURE: Andrew James [umlaut]
While searching for stories and images that are out of the ordinary, Ty often times comes face to face with challenging terrain, uncooperative subjects, and unforeseen obstacles.
People become more mistrustful and uncooperative when divvying up money with others in a lab game if they smell fish oil spray, as opposed to fart spray or no odor, social psychologist Spike Lee of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor reported in San Antonio January 29.
The parents were said to have been uncooperative with the school and the education welfare service over the case and failed to attend meetings.
However, when a child's behaviour is highly uncooperative, parental presence may negatively reinforce misbehaviour and the lack of affective dentist-patient communication prevents the application of these techniques [AAPD, 2008].
Uncooperative Federalism in Theory: The Power of the Servant
A detonator shoved in an uncooperative bank manager's mouth with obvious consequences and a pencil skewered into a man's eye.