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shunning contact with others

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hostile to or disruptive of normal standards of social behavior

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The police have strong powers to seize bikes that are being ridden antisocially.
behave antisocially as an adolescent or young adult.
Thus, these people act antisocially because they are not known as
He added: "At present they are prevented from dealing with their pupils if they run wild in a shopping mall or behave antisocially in town centres.
When you mislead listeners about probability, you can interfere with their decision making and antisocially influence their planning and behavior.
She was banned from behaving antisocially throughout Manchester.
37) In other words, blackmail would seem to serve the public good by imposing an expectation of future expense on those who act antisocially or unprofessionally.
Anybody that is suspected of violent behaviour will be kept away from the game, and anybody who does behave antisocially will be dealt with by South Wales Police who have a fantastic track record.
Whilst stimulants generally can be used for performance enhancement (20), two particular stimulants, cocaine and 'ecstasy', are misused antisocially by the general population and also by Athletes (21).
Loudspeakers are being fitted to CCTV cameras in more areas of the North-East after a successful trial in which operators barked commands at people behaving antisocially.
The council said she had continued behaving antisocially despite having been warned by their night time noise team on a number of occasions.
The answer is "no" - but it's worth bearing in mind if you think there's any danger of you or your family or friends behaving unlawfully or antisocially.
Other external benefits of libraries might be that they promote a common understanding and therefore a more tolerant society, that they enable people to be more in control of their lives, with the consequence that they are less likely to behave antisocially, and that by making information widely available, libraries help safeguard democracy and promote active citizenship.
He willingly makes of himself a focal point demanding interpretation as either a sexually active male linked antisocially to lesbianism and prostitution, or as a sexually inactive male linked only superficially to any woman.