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  • noun Plural form of mutineer.

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Examples

  • An adviser to Assad, on a visit to Moscow this month, said that reports of mass civilian killings have been exaggerated by the media and that the only casualties were 700 soldiers and policemen killed by terrorist groups and a similar number of what she described as mutineers.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • An adviser to Assad, on a visit to Moscow this month, said that reports of mass civilian killings have been exaggerated by the media and that the only casualties were 700 soldiers and policemen killed by terrorist groups and a similar number of what she described as mutineers.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • An adviser to Assad, on a visit to Moscow this week, said reports of mass civilian killings have been exaggerated by the media and that the only casualties were 700 soldiers and policemen killed by "terrorist groups" and a similar number of what she described as mutineers.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • An adviser to Assad, on a visit to Moscow this week, said that reports of mass civilian killings have been exaggerated by the media and that the only casualties were 700 soldiers and policemen killed by terrorist groups and a similar number of what she described as mutineers.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • An adviser to Assad, on a visit to Moscow this month, said that reports of mass civilian killings have been exaggerated by the media and that the only casualties were 700 soldiers and policemen killed by terrorist groups and a similar number of what she described as mutineers.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • And in 1991 she lived for four months among the 38 residents of Pitcairn Island, the place where Fletcher Christian and other mutineers from the Bounty settled after casting Captain William Bligh adrift in 1789.

    2007 May 07 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • The English travel writer Dea Birkett spent four months on Pitcairn Island after becoming the rare outsider given permission to visit the refuge of mutineers from the Bounty.

    After the Mutiny on the Bounty: A Review of Dea Birkett’s Memoir of Pitcairn Island Coming Monday on One-Minute Book Reivews « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • The English travel writer Dea Birkett spent four months on Pitcairn Island after becoming the rare outsider given permission to visit the refuge of mutineers from the Bounty.

    2007 May 04 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • It is rather shuddery, however, to speculate on the terrible assortment of cutting, gouging, jabbing and slashing weapons with which the mutineers are able to equip themselves from the carpenter's shop.

    CHAPTER XLIV

  • Pardoning the mutineers was a move calculated to buy time, similar to her pardon of former President Joseph Estrada last October.

    Pardoning the Mutineers

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