If you misbehave
you will risk seeing 2008 in from the inside of a police cell.
Owners operate a remote control to give the animal a shock when it is misbehaves
For example, if a child misbehaves
at the waterfront and is banned for a week, there is no way to prove him or herself again or any incentive to improve.
If they misbehave
at all now the police can arrest them and a further hearing can take place.
The reality is that children spanked for misbehaving will only fear their parents when they misbehave
Their On the Run (Dance Theater Workship, September 22-October 2, 1994) is a series of wild and crazy female stereotypes with a twist: little sisters who purposely misbehave
because their dad's spankings turn them on, or suburban housewives who spend days getting soused, fantasizing themselves as (oafish) fan dancers, then sobering up for their husbands.
Hendrick adds, "The point is that applications, regardless of how developed, will misbehave
, and the more complex the application the more egregiously it will misbehave
I did not misbehave
nor did I throw papers at the deputy speaker.
These so-called fans misbehave
by getting into trouble abroad or by singing sectarian songs.
He said: "The new powers and guidance for schools released today will clarify what teachers can do when sanctioning pupils when they misbehave
I like a play to misbehave
as it progresses," Harrison adds, grinning mischievously.
Predecessor Margaret Hodge is thought to have favoured improving youth services without threatening those who misbehave
The teacher let her students misbehave
in class and stayed inside the room when the boys began fighting after class was dismissed, Corson's attorney said.
Just two days after the verdict on Stuart Cunningham-Jones' death, the Echo found some school pupils are still putting lives as risk by using buses as I Pressure group Busk (Belt Up School Kids) is calling for children who misbehave
on school buses to be banned.
A LIVERPOOL school is to take its battle to be allowed to smack pupils who misbehave
to the highest court in the land.