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One former employee, who claimed to be fired for insubordination after criticizing a strategy by one of Silbermann’s staff, told CNBC there was an extremely passive-aggressive climate.
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Exemplary punishment is to be visited upon me for "precocious godlessness, dangerous tendencies, and insubordination."
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Evil and insubordination were more easily kept under than Norman had expected, when he first made up his mind to the struggle.
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Mrs Pike cast a withering glance at Digby; such a piece of insubordination had not been met with for a long time to her authority.
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It is the only instance I know of where insubordination saved any army from a surprise attack, and possibly from defeat.
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They reckoned him their ablest general, though his insubordination and self-seeking rendered the loss of him an actual gain.
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Blackford had, as a matter of fact, been threatened with expulsion lately for insubordination.
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Roman vileness and baseness disgusted Augustine even more than Punic insubordination.
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You are presuming to speak of an act of insubordination committed by a military officer under civilian command.
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In less public utterances the spirit of insubordination to the regal authority made itself understood even more clearly.
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