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The real Boone narrowly survived a player mutiny in 1977 when the football team threatened to quit unless he apologized for a particularly vitriolic tirade after a loss.
You remember in the mutiny how women fought at the side of their husbands.
At any moment he expected to hear a hellish bedlam break loose—the beginning of the mutiny.
IN THE ORBIT OF SATURNROMAN FREDERICK STARZL
Yet his being there put a different complexion on her act of mutiny.
The progress of the mutiny and its suppression in other directions must now be related.
What was it that, when the common people of Rome were like to have destroyed all by their mutiny, reduced them to obedience?
THE PRAISE OF FOLLYDESIDERIUS ERASMUS
There is a bare possibility that the mutiny was real instead of a fake.
PIRATES' HOPEFRANCIS LYNDE
Hans decided that the only possible means of escape was to induce the slaves to mutiny.
These little boats, the Austrians now informed us, were responsible for a mutiny in the Austrian submarine force.
THE VICTORY AT SEAWILLIAM SOWDEN SIMS
He had suffered a mutiny—and later, in a few violent, reckless minutes of action he had broken it—or cowed it at least.
THE HARBOR MASTERTHEODORE GOODRIDGE ROBERTS

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