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uncooperativeness

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  • Each camp housed about 250 prisoners, most serving 10 - to 25-year sentences for contrived offenses like "uncooperativeness" or "sabotage."

    Gulag a Go-Go

  • If you run PROMISING uncooperativeness, and deliver, that counts as a PLUS!

    Opening position

  • I was taken aback by not only their uncooperativeness and lack of empathy for someone in my situation, but also because of the fact that I had sent the letter stating that I would only be on deployment for the afore mentioned six month period Sept 06-Mar 07.

    Sprint: Military, Eh? Here's Your $500 Bill - The Consumerist

  • The Giants 'running back was contrite, sincere and remarkably patient Wednesday, apologizing to the media for his uncooperativeness this past month, to his teammates for having to answer questions for him and to the Colts fans who fell in the line of his heaved helmet.

    Jacobs Apologizes to Just About Everyone

  • Despairing at the uncooperativeness of an indifferent universe, the sorcerer whirled and leaped for the pit, preferring to take his chances with the aggressive but awkward rhinoceros below.

    The Lives of Felix Gunderson

  • The problem, Karen believes, is that Judge Hayden may have attached a note to her file not to give her the program because of her uncooperativeness and her relationship with Kevin Davis.

    Zebratown

  • It indicates your frame of mind—and the punishment that might ensue for his prior uncooperativeness.

    INSIDE OF A DOG

  • It indicates your frame of mind—and the punishment that might ensue for his prior uncooperativeness.

    INSIDE OF A DOG

  • I'm not done yet, but a bigger issue will be the uncooperativeness of my new camera.

    Yoo Hoo.... - SpouseBUZZ

  • This mother was uncooperative with hospital staff, but clearly her uncooperativeness had nothing to do with the well-being of her baby.

    Louise Marie Roth: Is a Woman in Labor a "Person"? New Assaults on Pregnant Women's Civil Rights in a NJ Case

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