In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- They betray constitutional indiscipline and lack real constitutional courage.
- We've seen serious increases in levels of indiscipline, from low-level disruption and verbal abuse to physical assaults on teachers.
- The film illustrates how incompetence and indolence among senior ranks can fuel indiscipline, larceny and even murder hardly a tonic for the troops.
- It has made the staff room a difficult place to carry the idealism and motivation which pupils need, and they in turn have responded with growing indiscipline.
- The failure to address indiscipline by proper punishment is a victory for the do-gooders and defeat for children's education.
- More than one-quarter of schools which responded to a question on indiscipline said it reached serious or very serious levels.
- I believe that if all concerned played their different parts properly, indiscipline in all schools will stop.
- What is usually referred to as classic French indiscipline becomes something altogether more ugly and sinister when England are the opposition.
- Teachers are being taught new techniques to deal with classroom indiscipline, as school violence continues.
- Owing to their record of indiscipline, 15 employees had to be suspended.
- Any form of obscenity or indiscipline is least tolerated.
- This was followed by a period of indiscipline by both sides with penalties being awarded and successfully kicked over for three points.
- Player indiscipline, boardroom squabbles and unrest in the stands all contributed to his eventual sacking last year.
- That sounds like condonation of sloth, indiscipline, unethical behaviour, and disregard of responsibility.
- Yes of course, in the name of discipline a lot of indiscipline is being created.
- I am disgusted and despairing, and I hate myself for my indiscipline, but I just can't make myself diet and exercise.
- Perhaps if more decisions were left to teachers they would tackle the curse of classroom indiscipline, which is the greatest barrier to learning.
- Symptomatic, some would say, of the nebulous world of the continent's football, where administrative chaos and indiscipline are rife.
- Now then, the million-dollar question is: What are the root causes of indiscipline in our schools and society?
- Going public to call for the resignation of a managing director can be described as indiscipline, especially by management.
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