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Ivan Bravo, director general of the Aspire Academy, added: "Mohamed was a popular, well-disciplined young man who was respected and liked by all that knew him.
Our learning environment is both caring and well-disciplined.
A seemingly well-disciplined game produced seven cards, including one red, and a plethora of penalties.
He also commended the conductor, Fanie Dorfling and the College of the Arts for their dedication to the choir and urged them to continue nurturing the young singers to become world-class choristers and well-disciplined adjusted adults.
As only one goal has separated the two sides in their last 13 encounters, William Hill's 13/5 for Steve Gerrard and his well-disciplined troops to enjoy a one-goal margin of victory cannot be ignored.
But Huddersfield are a very well-disciplined side, they played field position pretty well against us and wore us down.
England opened their RBS 6 Nations title defence with a committed and, crucially, a well-disciplined 13-6 victory over Scotland last weekend.
Hanser asserts that such a well-disciplined workforce was produced by maintaining two sets of control.
Both Milan and Tottenham are normally well-disciplined, while referee Stephane Lannoy from France has shown no signs of being in a rush to produce cards during his short Champions League career.
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A well-disciplined Devils performance from defencemen Aaron McConkey and Sam Smith kept the puck and the pressure in the Bison end.
She was a kind of meteor coming into what had been a fairly well-disciplined, well-ordered ecosystem," he said.