Instead he had hours of video of disciplined musicians taking their jobs seriously.
But could he ever channel his many colorful opinions into a disciplined message?
The friend told The Daily Beast that Sanderlin was “always causing trouble” as a child and was often disciplined at school.
First, his transition has been disciplined and inclusive, despite the circus sideshow of the Blagojevich scandal.
Republicans are hierarchical, orderly, disciplined—everything the Democrats are not.
No other ruler was provided with so well-filled a treasury, or so disciplined an army.
The second requirement—that of securing “a disciplined mind.”
The brain can be disciplined by learning the habit of obedience.
He was disciplined by sharp suffering and bitter disappointments.
He recalled the defiant young faces fixed upon him as he had disciplined one of their number.
early 13c., "penitential chastisement; punishment," from Old French descepline (11c.) "discipline, physical punishment; teaching; suffering; martyrdom," and directly from Latin disciplina "instruction given, teaching, learning, knowledge," also "object of instruction, knowledge, science, military discipline," from discipulus (see disciple (n.)).
Sense of "treatment that corrects or punishes" is from notion of "order necessary for instruction." The Latin word is glossed in Old English by þeodscipe. Meaning "branch of instruction or education" is first recorded late 14c. Meaning "military training" is from late 15c.; that of "orderly conduct as a result of training" is from c.1500.
c.1300; see discipline (n.). Related: Disciplined; disciplines; disciplining.