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“Okay he was rubbish with Turkey, but he has got to have the best record for getting ill-disciplined and under-skilled teams to over achieve.”
“Nevertheless, the army in the Civil War evolved from a stumbling, inefficient, and ill-disciplined volunteer force into a progressive, sophisticated, efficient war-making machine.”
“Whimsical and full of long digressions on obscure Hegelian philosophers, it reads like the scribblings of a very clever but ill-disciplined graduate student.”
“It was a mixture of regulars half-trained and ill-disciplined, and colonials who did not know what to expect, supported by a train of wagons too light to carry their loads, pulled by horses too small to haul them.”
“Miéville describes the book, a riotous mixture of London lore, messianic cults and pop-cultural in-jokes, as "an attempt to channel a sort of hopefully enjoyable ill-disciplined exuberance that I felt I had been moving away from".”
“In the early 1990's, massive uprisings erupted against Indian rule, which was enforced by 500,000 troops and ill-disciplined paramilitary police.”
“It also needs to be remembered that vastly more of these deaths occurred from disease and famine than from violence – and although having ill-disciplined armies rampaging about greaty helped in the spread of both, great epidemics and famines would have happened anyway.”
“The decision was a little harsh but it was ill-disciplined.”
“The Afghan police force is notoriously corrupt and ill-disciplined.”
“The knight was ill-disciplined, too proud to fight on foot, adhered only to the most rudimentary tactics and was poorly led.”
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