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  • 61The Secret Garden (1949 film) — The Secret Garden is a 1949 American drama film, the second screen adaptation of the classic 1909 novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett. The screenplay by Robert Ardrey was directed by Fred M. Wilcox. It centers on a young orphan who is thrust into… …

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  • 62I Do (But I Don't) — is a 2004 made for television romance comedy film starring Denise Richards, Dean Cain, Karen Cliche, Olivia Palenstein and Mimi Kuzyk. It was directed by Kelly Makin and written by Cara Lockwood and Eric C. Charmelo. Plot Junior wedding planner… …

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  • 63Expired — Infobox Film name = Expired image size = caption = Theatrical release poster director = Cecilia Miniucchi producer = Jeffrey Coulter writer = Cecilia Miniucchi narrator = starring = Samantha Morton Jason Patric Teri Garr Ileana Douglas music =… …

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  • 64Peter and Wendy —   …

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  • 65bedlamer — /bed leuh meuhr/, n. Newfoundland. a harp seal, beyond the beater stage but not yet mature. [1760 70; orig. uncert.; alleged to be a folk etymological alter. of F bête de la mer beast of the sea, but cf. Brit. dial. bedlam wild, ill behaved, a… …

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  • 66hussy — /hus ee, huz ee/, n., pl. hussies. 1. a brazen or immoral woman. 2. a mischievous, impudent, or ill behaved girl. [1520 30; earlier hussive HOUSEWIFE] Syn. 1. trollop, slut. 2. baggage, minx. * * * …

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  • 67Brant, Sebastian — born 1458?, Strassburg died May 10, 1521, Strassburg German poet. He taught law and later was appointed imperial councillor and court palatine by Maximilian I. His varied writings include works on law, religion, politics, and especially morals.… …

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  • 68assclown — noun A jerk; a buffoon; a person who is inept or ill behaved to the point that others find him laughable. Brad Bauer, Hitting in the Clutch (2006) p. 141 …

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  • 69disobedient — I adjective apostatizing, arbitrary, averse, contrary, contumacious, culpable, defiant, delinquent, derelict, disloyal, disorderly, disregarding, disrespectful, fractious, froward, headstrong, hostile, ill behaved, incorrigible, indisposed,… …

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  • 70difficult — Synonyms and related words: Herculean, abstruse, adverse, antagonistic, arduous, awkward, baffling, beyond one, bloody minded, brutal, burdensome, cantankerous, complex, complicated, conflicting, contrary, counter, counteractive, crabbed, cramp,… …

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  • 71disobedient — Synonyms and related words: anarchic, at odds, averse, bad, contrary, contumacious, cross grained, cursory, deaf to, declinatory, defiant, delinquent, derelict, differing, disagreeing, disinclined, disregardful, forced, fractious, froward,… …

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  • 72naughty — Synonyms and related words: abominable, arrant, atrocious, bad, base, bawdy, black, blamable, blameworthy, blue, contrary, criminal, damnable, dark, defiant, devilish, dirty, disgraceful, disobedient, disorderly, disruptive, evil, execrable,… …

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  • 73paw — Synonyms and related words: arch, bad, claws, clubfoot, clutches, coarse, come in contact, digit, digits, dirty, dog, extremity, fangs, feel, feel of, fetlock, filthy, finger, fingernails, fingers, flick, foot, forefoot, forepaw, foul, handle,… …

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  • 74larrikin —  Australian term for an uncultured or ill behaved person …

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  • 75misguided — (adj.) erring in purpose or action, 1650s, pp. adjective from MISGUIDE (Cf. misguide) (v.). Earlier, ill behaved (late 15c.). Related: Misguidedly; misguidedness …

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  • 76rapscallion — (n.) 1690s, alteration of rascallion (1640s), a fanciful elaboration of RASCAL (Cf. rascal) (q.v.). It is the parallel term of now extinct rampallion (1590s), from Middle English ramp (n.) ill behaved woman (mid 15c.), which is probably connected …

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  • 77blabuloma — Other people s screaming and ill behaved children in public places. It s usually a nice restaurant, but tonight, blabuloma ruined our dinner …

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  • 78frassem — A family swear word directed at ill behaved or angry children, from the cartoon dog Muttly onLaugh a Lympics. May be used with the prefix rassem in especially trying moments. You little frassem! I told you not to put the cat in the oven …

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  • 79blabuloma — Other people s screaming and ill behaved children in public places. It s usually a nice restaurant, but tonight, blabuloma ruined our dinner …

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  • 80frassem — A family swear word directed at ill behaved or angry children, from the cartoon dog Muttly onLaugh a Lympics. May be used with the prefix rassem in especially trying moments. You little frassem! I told you not to put the cat in the oven …

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