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  • The academics define workplace incivility as "a form of organizational deviance… characterized by low-intensity behaviors that violate respectful workplace norms, appearing vague as to intent to harm."

    Incivility a growing problem at work, psychologists say

  • In our time wars are usually waged in the countryside, where small arms are used in so-called low-intensity warfare, more often than not against defenseless peasant populations.

    A Billion Lives

  • In our time wars are usually waged in the countryside, where small arms are used in so-called low-intensity warfare, more often than not against defenseless peasant populations.

    A Billion Lives

  • In our time wars are usually waged in the countryside, where small arms are used in so-called low-intensity warfare, more often than not against defenseless peasant populations.

    A Billion Lives

  • The American Psychological Association, which put out the news, defines incivility as "a form of organizational deviance… characterized by low-intensity behaviors that violate respectful workplace norms, appearing vague as to intent to harm."

    Gizmodo

  • True, some wars consisted of little more than persistent low-intensity violence, primarily raids to inflict revenge, acquire plunder, or take captives.

    Between War and Peace

  • Kim Il Sung pursued a low-intensity conflict across the Demilitarized Zone well into the 1970s and continued to seek support from his Communist allies for another invasion during that period.

    Between War and Peace

  • What began as a war on drug trafficking has evolved into a low-intensity civil war with more than two sides and no white hats, only shades of black.

    The Fall of Mexico

  • True, some wars consisted of little more than persistent low-intensity violence, primarily raids to inflict revenge, acquire plunder, or take captives.

    Between War and Peace

  • Kim Il Sung pursued a low-intensity conflict across the Demilitarized Zone well into the 1970s and continued to seek support from his Communist allies for another invasion during that period.

    Between War and Peace

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