Because they didn’t understand why Hong Kong people are so rebellious.
And there’s no civilisation which is more rebellious than that of black origin.
Rebellious from the start, Weinraub ran away from home several times as a teen-ager.
But Sir Reg Empey, the UUP's leader and a politician who is normally more sedate than rebellious, dug in his heels.
Insurgency, term historically restricted to rebellious acts that did not reach the proportions of an organized revolution.
Jeanne Theoharis, political science professor at Brooklyn College and author of the newly published The Rebellious Life of Mrs.
The rebellious four – Anglian Water, Bristol Water, Northumbrian Water and Yorkshire Water – framed their arguments as a question of investment.
Forces aligned with the internationally recognised government in Libya captured an important air base from the forces of Khalifa Haftar, a rebellious general.
Created by Alena Smith, Dickinson audaciously explores the constraints of society, gender and family from the perspective of rebellious young poet Emily Dickinson."
Evanovich continued to write romances (with a coauthor), among them The Husband List (2013; with Dorien Kelly), a 19th-century tale of a rebellious American heiress.
History suggests that pushing the boundaries and being rebellious (in forms of activism, opinions, business ventures, research, and many other domains) proves useful.
Painter Gustave Courbet’s rebellious Realism was the case par excellence of new avant-gardism that threw off the centuries-old debate between Classicism and radicalism.
But what westerners found intriguing, exotic and almost rebellious is the norm for Polynesians, passed through generations and etched into the fabric of diverse cultures of Oceania.
Egypt’s president, Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, threatened to intervene in neighbouring Libya if Turkish-backed militias captured Sirte, a strategic port, from Khalifa Haftar, a rebellious general who is also backed by Russia.
This was a strange protestation for an author whose subjects include overbearing Jewish parents and rebellious sons, circumcision, the Holocaust, anti-Semitism and the diasporic condition (as well as unexpected uses for kosher liver).
His bravery in that episode and others in Congo’s rebellious provinces became the stuff of Foreign Service legend and cemented his friendships with Cyrille Adoula, who became premier of the Republic of the Congo, and with prime minister Patrice Lumumba.
There's also much to report from the Arab world, particularly Syria, where Guardian reporters say the start of Ramadan marked a "defining moment" of the uprising, with horrific bloodshed on the streets, particularly in the traditionally rebellious city of Hama.
As a group, Boomers are generally associated with having had a pampered upbringing before embarking upon a rebellious youth (Tom more than I), and then as adults helping ourselves to more than our fair share of all that life, liberty, and happiness had on offer.
Darfur, the rebellious region in western Sudan, became known in the mid-2000s for systematic killings, rape, forced relocations and other crimes committed against mainly non-Arab tribes by government forces and their nomadic militia allies, known as the janjaweed.
Punk culture has intermittently inspired the beauty world for more than 40 years – think messy mohawks, piercings and shadowy pouts – but this season, during a particularly rebellious fashion week, designers decided to rewrite the rule book with an impressive range of delightfully chaotic looks.
- resisting control or authority
Example: temperamentally rebellious
- discontented as toward authority
- participating in organized resistance to a constituted government
Example: the rebellious confederacy
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