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  • n. Plural form of mutiny.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mutiny.


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  • 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.

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  • The increasing incidents of "collective indiscipline," as the military called the mutinies, ended General Nivelle's dream of a grand victory.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • “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.”

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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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