insubordination


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Synonyms for insubordination

Synonyms for insubordination

the condition or practice of not obeying

Synonyms for insubordination

defiance of authority

an insubordinate act

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The civilian review board's report shows Gissiner sustained the allegations against employee X on two counts of violating the code of truthfulness, four counts of insubordination, one count of unbecoming conduct and two counts of violating the integrity code.
In this article, we set out a few judicial decisions that come down on both sides of the insubordination issue.
One sharp-eyed soul called out; This insubordination Ensured they earned a clout.
In the book, Ferguson detailed Beckham's insubordination, saying that Beckham was 'swallowed up' by publicity agents, adding that the end of Beckham's career in United came when he tried to take over the dressing room from under his authority.
Summary: In a blatant move of insubordination, a Border Security Force officer - Deputy Commandant Sujeet Kumar -
On 23 July, Kiir issued a party order suspending Amum whom he accused of insubordination and incitement, among others, when the latter criticized the president's action of suspending two national ministers, Deng Alor Kuol and Kosti Manibe Ngai.
Eissa resigned due to what he said was insubordination on the part of some members.
Raising any question about the goals, objectives, methods or priorities of the executive is considered insubordination or, at upper levels, "disloyalty.
Whether this is an example of old habits - in this case state repression - dying hard, or of insubordination by a faction within the police, it must be stamped out immediately.
He was expelled from the Central School of Speech and Drama in London for insubordination, and landed himself regular work at Glasgow's Citizens Theatre, performing in such productions as Don Juan and Heartbreak House.
Kudrin was ousted by president Dmitry Medvedev for insubordination.
By a majority vote, the party's Executive Bureau voted to strike Colocassides from the position of deputy leader primarily on the grounds of insubordination.
What gets forgotten, however, is that strain of radical inversion and insubordination preached by Jesus of Nazareth, at least if we are to put any trust in the account of the canonical gospels.
However, the Brigadier said that the deaths of the five troops had given him the leverage to get the Afghan authorities to overhaul the ANP, which was rife with drug taking, ill-discipline, insubordination and corruption.
Shaikha Mai bin Mohammed Al Khalifa explained that these commissions are due to the absenteeism and insubordination of some staff during the recent unrest, that disrupted and harmed the public interests of the Kingdom and its leadership.