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dis i pli ne ree uhn

  • n  someone who demands exact conformity to rules and forms

  • Rather than appearing as a tyrannical madman, Li emerges in the documents as a solid party disciplinarian, true to his principles.
  • What weighed against Sister Frederick was her age, poor health and a reputation for being a stern disciplinarian.
  • It is with another teacher, Barbara (Judi Dench), who is their school's battle-ax--cruel disciplinarian, cynical commentator on the hopelessness of its lower-class student body and .

  • Terrell Owens in Minneapolis Star Tribune (subscription)
    I don't think you have to be a disciplinarian to get your point across,Owens said in a pointed dig at his old coach. "I think having a new head coach is good for everybody."
  • Geoff Hurst in Blackpool Gazette
    I am a disciplinarian, but every case is different. You have to judge what the circumstances were, and that's why I tackled him on his behaviour. He said he was, in his opinion, harassed a little bit by the photographers and that is why he reacted.... Guus Hiddink http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guus_Hiddink&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFwduGTCSQhkOqpJmNTCGCM1I8x4A ESPN http://www.google.com/url?q=http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story%3Fid%3D625024%26sec%3Dengland%26cc%3D5739%26campaign%3Drss%26source%3Dsoccernet&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHCd2sz1LjbzgW9v5FNJG22_kPOBQ Mar 6, 2009 28127 37117 disciplinarian You could not argue with his credentials as a manager, he has been very successful," Hurst told BBC Radio Five Live Sportsweek Programme. "He seems to be quite a disciplinarian. All the stars have to play for him and they have to earn their...

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