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“The main aim of the toolkit was to create misinformation and disaffection against the lawfully enacted government,” Delhi police official Prem Nath said at a Monday press briefing.
Two days before the Americans arrived a native regiment was suspected of disaffection.
A degree of discontent, approaching, if not amounting to disaffection, has gained considerable ground.
Did we pledge ourselves to the support of an airy nothing—a bubble that must be blown away by the first breath of disaffection?
The defences of Quebec were in bad condition, the garrison was small, and there was much disaffection among the inhabitants.
Disaffection, fomented by some secret, unknown cause, was spreading among the officers of the Army.
THE WAY OF A MANEMERSON HOUGH
Hopes of a success to be gained through French disaffection were as ill-founded as those based on American loyalism.
Sicily, though hostile to the French, was discontented with the existing government, and disaffection there was feared.
THE LIFE OF NELSON, VOL. I (OF 2)A. T. (ALFRED THAYER) MAHAN
The cry of disaffection will not, in the end, prevail against the principle of liberty.
HOME RULEHAROLD SPENDER
He had long been established as Governor of Entre Rios, where he had acted with remorseless cruelty in stamping out disaffection.
ARGENTINAW. A. HIRST

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