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morale
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Catch-22
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  • What’s going to happen to their morale?
  • His problem was a squadron of aviation cadets with low morale who marched atrociously in the parade competition that took place every Sunday afternoon.
  • Their morale was low because they did not want to march in parades every Sunday afternoon and because Lieutenant Scheisskopf had appointed cadet officers from their ranks instead of permitting them to elect their own.
  • But just wait and see what happens to my morale.
  • Morale there was ebbing rapidly, and Dunbar was under surveillance.
  • They were obtuse; their morale was good.
  • Morale was deteriorating and it was all Yossarian’s fault.
  • The men are unhappy and morale is beginning to deteriorate.
  • We’re going to glorify you and send you home a hero, recalled by the Pentagon for morale and public-relations purposes.

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  • Troop morale improved after a warm meal and a good night’s sleep.
  • Her management style has been great for employee morale.

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