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  • They have been forced to quell the mutinies with automatic rifle and machine-gun fire.
  • He had really been a chief yeoman at the time of the mutiny.
  • He recognized his bushy eyebrows, his watery gray eyes, his chin and the double chin under it, and he knew him for one of France’s great modern revolutionary figures who had led the mutiny of the French Navy in the Black Sea.

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  • The tank battalion’s mutiny was put down; though some of the leaders escaped.
  • The largest mutiny in modern military history occurred during the first world war when an estimated 40,000 French soldiers, probably wisely, ignored the command to advance on German troops entrenched in hilltop positions.

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