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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Nadra Chairman Usman Yousaf Mubin, recommended the dismissal of Syed Muzaffar Ali following the conclusion of an inquiry against him that held him guilty for misusing authority and insubordination.
Twenty five were reduced in rank for offences ranging from gross insubordination, drunkenness, incivility to members of the public and leaving (their) beat.
In the midst of her insubordination, she posted signs around her work space that read, "No weapon formed against me shall prosper.
Insubordination is the deliberate refusal by an employee to obey the lawful and reasonable instructions of the employer.
It was insubordination to an NCO - he had told a corporal that he was no bloody good.
Their insubordination begets a church investigation whose report criticizes their "feminist spirit" and ultimately results in a reprimand from Pope Benedict XVI.
The mutinous Chief of the Defence Staff (right) flirted with insubordination when he intervened on the side of the Tories against Labour in a major political dispute.
NNA - North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has had his defense minister executed with anti-aircraft fire for insubordination and dozing off during formal military rallies, South Korean intelligence said Wednesday, hinting at possible instability in the Pyongyang leadership.
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.
The great question now to be settled was not whether the scholars were making proficiency in their studies, but whether the teacher or scholars should be master, whether insubordination should be encouraged by the committee, or whether it should meet with a decided and firm resistance, whether the precedence should be established that a teacher, or any of our district schools, should be disciplined whenever a few disaffected boys should demand his dismission, or whether he should be sustained in all his efforts to maintain order, and the scholar, who could not submit to wholesome discipline, should be made to leave the school, in a word, whether the scholar or the committee were to decide where the blame lay and whether the teacher should be dismissed.
One sharp-eyed soul called out; This insubordination Ensured they earned a clout.
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.
He was guilty of gross insubordination and rudeness, he added.