“BRIEF SYNOPSIS: Wilson Cole mutinies from the Republic Navy and tries to make a life for himself and the people who join up with him.”
“The increasing incidents of "collective indiscipline," as the military called the mutinies, ended General Nivelle's dream of a grand victory.”
“The book is organized around various phases of the change process, starting with recognizing that change is coming, moving to mobilizing people to act, navigating a new course, preventing "mutinies", and learning to be flexible in the face of unanticipated developments.”
“In the early days in Austin, his employees used to stage mock "mutinies," walking out of his office to drink Margaritas whenever the boss drove them too hard.”
“It is possible that these "mutinies" were the work of a type of weaver trade groups (samáyulu), but no specific mention is made of these groups in the records.”
““I am sensible,” William Fairfax told him in May, “such a medley of undisciplined militia must create your various troubles,” but, like Caesar, Washington should expect to suffer “fatigues, murmuring, mutinies, and defections.””
“Of course, these reports of alleged "armed rebel" mutinies could be nothing more than fabrications by the regime designed to bolster popular support against the uprising.”
“JUBA, SUDAN - Clashes spread across a key border region in southern Sudan on Saturday after a wave of mutinies among southerners in the northern army, leaving at least 41 people dead as Sudan begins to separate into two nations following a southern referendum on independence last month.”
“In this story, Jonathan Archer, the First Officer on this version of Enterprise, mutinies against Captain Forrest and takes the Enterprise into Tholian Territory to steal a ship that is rumored to have appeared there.”
“Which is why morale among the troops in Vietnam always stayed sky-high, and there were no drug abuse problems, near-mutinies, or race riots whatsoever!”
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