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Should he lose, indiscipline will loom among the reasons why.
At this time there was a good deal of indiscipline in the garrison, with which General Elliot dealt severely.
The desultoriness, the indiscipline of the patriots restored to the Government its immaculate character of September.
Doubtless the laxity and indiscipline he might observe would produce a not dissimilar revulsion.
MERCHANTMEN-AT-ARMSDAVID W. BONE
With soldierly instinct, he recognized that the indiscipline of the camp was an effect and not a cause.
THE ARMED FORCES OFFICERU. S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
Aboard the Arabella there was to be none of the ruffianly indiscipline that normally prevailed in buccaneering vessels.
CAPTAIN BLOODRAFAEL SABATINI
There were some, however, who withstood this wide contagion of indiscipline and despondency.
Chaotic indiscipline, ill-adjusted effort, spasmodic aims, these give the quality of all my Bromstead memories.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
The indiscipline of the National Guard contrasts strangely with the patriotism of their words.
Indiscipline has been the curse of the French army since the commencement of the war, and it will continue to be so to the end.

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