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Synonyms for disciplinarian


Synonyms for disciplinarian

someone who demands exact conformity to rules and forms

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Melbourne, Mar 13 (ANI): Dads are no longer the strict disciplinarians they were in the '50s and '60s and are more likely to let children get away with bad behaviour, according to a new study.
We're portrayed as either: closet drunks, manic depressives, religious freaks, out-of-touch and uncaring losers or cold disciplinarians.
The passing of disciplinarians suchasJock Stein and JockWallaceis sorely lamented and the chickens are now home to roost.
I have found faith schools to be the bigger disciplinarians teaching accepted standards as part of the curriculum.
When they measured their body mass indexes later, they found that 17% of the children of strict disciplinarians were overweight.
Yet a face from the past still haunts the present manager, who played for strict disciplinarians like Sir Alex Ferguson and Johnny Giles during his long playing career and lived to tell the tale.
Although disciplinarians seem to rule the day in the NFL, Walsh compared Carroll to another coach known for his enthusiasm - Vermeil.
It is the morons who should be the target for the FA's disciplinarians.
Fathers are thus being viewed more broadly than as the primary breadwinners and disciplinarians.