How to use Troublemakers in a sentence

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  • The difficulty in identifying troublemakers in the event of any crowd trouble?

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  • Police could look at known troublemakers signing in at their local police station during the Leeds v Hull game.

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  • Will the online rogues gallery launched by pubs in South Shields deter troublemakers?

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  • The atmosphere remains friendly as the door staff keep troublemakers well away.

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  • Officers will monitor queues into town bars and night clubs and work with door staff to exclude any troublemakers liable to cause problems.

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  • Over 3000 known troublemakers are subject to football banning orders.

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  • Nobody wants persistent troublemakers or individuals who are ' worse for wear ' ruining a night out for everyone else.

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  • Should the police have the power to break up groups of potential troublemakers?

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  • It was here that rulers sent those they regarded as political troublemakers, social outcasts and the unwanted of society.

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  • The latest disorder has prompted Dublin Castle landlord Henry Conlon to call for extra measures to deal with the worst troublemakers.

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  • Keep in mind, however, that children with learning disabilities do not automatically become troublemakers; many factors contribute to bullying.

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  • They may be perceived as slow learners or troublemakers in the classroom.

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  • Dr. Gardner took this question beyond the popular explanation of "some kids are just troublemakers" and developed a theory called "multiple intelligences."

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  • The two troublemakers were closer than ever after their harrowing adventure.

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