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incorrigible
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  • Josiah Bounderby of Coketown learnt his letters from the outsides of the shops, Mrs. Gradgrind, and was first able to tell the time upon a dial-plate, from studying the steeple clock of St. Giles’s Church, London, under the direction of a drunken cripple, who was a convicted thief, and an incorrigible vagrant.

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  • She was declared an incorrigible delinquent and sent to reform school.
  • Incorrigible drunk driver sentenced to life in prison

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