It has an excellent head and teachers with the patience and skills to turn pupils who are aggressive and uncooperative
into ones who aspire to do better.
Clinton, in his call to Sharif, had said, "I understand, but there's a difference between being uncooperative
and not giving him up, and being uncooperative
and allowing him to conduct operations.
Glanmor Griffiths was said to be uncooperative
at the police station PICTURE: Andrew James [umlaut]
So this PhotoFace system, which recognises noses, would work better with uncooperative
subjects or for covert surveillance.
patients : children who keep their lips sealed during care, cry and try to impair the procedures with their hands.
However, when a child's behaviour is highly uncooperative
, parental presence may negatively reinforce misbehaviour and the lack of affective dentist-patient communication prevents the application of these techniques [AAPD, 2008].
Federalism in Theory: The Power of the Servant
2 : to be or come in the way of : hinder <She was uncooperative
and obstructed the investigation.
A detonator shoved in an uncooperative
bank manager's mouth with obvious consequences and a pencil skewered into a man's eye.
The most rowdy and uncooperative
employees of all--students.
The officers hunt those responsible for a shocking happy-slap attack, but their only lead proves uncooperative
As a result, the country will be removed from the OECD's list of uncooperative
tax havens--on which now only three countries remain: Andorra, Liechtenstein and Monaco.
Governments are quite right to tax uncooperative
people who refuse to adapt and persist in wastefully destabilising the planet ( preferably until such people can no longer afford to do so.
carriers have made it clear that if they can't wring more out of the GDS companies, travel agencies that use uncooperative
GDSs will have to do the giving.
In addition to school personnel, coaches also avoid being abrasive, uncooperative
or rude with the media, coaches, or opposing administrators.