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GET IN TOUCH Rudry, Caerphilly CF83 3EB, Tel: 02920 882372 THE WOODLANDS TAVERN, NEAR CHEPSTOW Dogs are welcome in the bar and the landlord of the Woodlands says there could even be a biscuit or two if they're well-behaved.
I was very well-behaved at school, because I worried about giving my parents any trouble more than anything else," the Daily Mail quoted her as saying.
Worthy of, say, 100 hours of unpaid work, knowing that well-behaved people will be forced to do 30 hours.
While you can teach most dogs to perform some behaviors quickly, and it takes a certain amount of time to produce a reasonably well-behaved dog--and a serious commitment of time to develop a reliably well-behaved dog.
And the urge to muse, rather than strictly analyze, is evident in Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History, a quirky meditation on women's lives and the ways they are portrayed or, more often, forgotten by the retellers of history.
WHEN I got a gold, I felt really good just to be well-behaved and have a treat.
The majority were well-behaved but we mustn't turn a blind eye to the ugly few who besmirch our reputation.
It was a night of high drama and delight for 12,000 well-behaved villa fans when the vital-goal squeezed in off the post.
Washington is considering a measure to allow, but not require, bars and restaurants with liquor licenses to welcome dogs, as long as they accompany their owners and remain well-behaved and leashed.
Furious -- in an ever so well-behaved way, of course -- Walter gives Kitty the choice of a scandalous divorce or accompanying him to the village of Mei-tan-fu, where he's going to combat a cholera outbreak.
Whether his name is Tommy, Ali, Yanti or Mega, if he or she has completed two-thirds of the prison term and has been well-behaved, he or she automatically gets a conditional release,'' Kalla said.