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1 To get around this problem, you could restart the service that owns the log file, although this service interruption might cause a rebellion among your users.
2 Rebellion is about control. We assert our control by choosing when (or whether) to do the task.
3 Oppression drove them into open rebellion.
4 Finally, in the summer of 1862, he issued a preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, to take effect on January 1, 1863, which would free slaves in those states which remained in rebellion.
5 He thought at first that her religious devotion must be her form of rebellion against his parental authority, just as he had rebelled against his own parents.
6 As the years pass, through famine and rebellion, they reflect upon their arranged marriages, loneliness, and the joys and tragedies of motherhood.
7 Second, he could not be guilty of plotting a slave rebellion, because he had never incited slaves against their owners.
8 The fear of a slave rebellion united the people of the South.
9 There can only be eternal rebellion, because human poverty is eternal.
10 Two weeks after the first stories of the rebellion appeared, there was talk in the market of a mile-long convoy of jeeps heading toward the town.
11 Due to the internal rebellion within the army.
12 Today, the U.S. is facing a civil war in Libya between the forces of Muammar Qaddafi and of a rebellion, led informally by defected generals and gun-toting civilians, based in the country's east.
13 But the target of his rebellion was the United States naval base that occupied Sasebo, the western Japanese port city in which he grew up.
14 Atwill, David G. "Rebellion South of the Clouds: Ethnic Insurgency, Muslim Yunanese, and the Panthay Rebellion", Ph. D. Dissertation, University of Hawaii, 1990.
15 this unjustified act of rebellion, Zeus let the other gods chain Prometheus to a rock on Mountain Caucasus, where a hungry eagle ever tore at his liver which ever grew again.
16 though it's dangerous to limit any artist to a particular period. You might think of Yeats in terms of the Easter rebellion in Ireland or Wordsworth around the French Revolution right?
17 In BENGHAZI, the dilapidated seaside city that was the birthplace of the Libyan rebellion, the rebels' entry into the heart of Tripoli set off a frenzy of celebration.
18 In the Lucifer Rebellion, this is what some people did want, to run their own affairs, and you know what, all he had to do was ask, and present a viable plan, not carry out an insurrection.
19 If Libya's second-largest city fell back in the hands of Qaddafi loyalists, the resolve of Libya's rebellion would probably fall with it.
20 It has all the hallmarks of youthful rebellion against the conventional social order, and is making many traditional media companies tremble.
21 Making things worse, a rebellion in mid-2010 by his former lieutenant, Gianfranco Fini, left the government with a thin and fluctuating majority in the Chamber of Deputies.
22 The people would rise in open rebellion if oppressed by a monarchy.
23 At Woodstock hippiedom simultaneously reached its public peak and opened itself to imitation and trivialization - one more glimmer of rebellion to be deflated into a style statement.
24 This rebellion has not gravely wounded Mr Cameron; ignore the noise emanating from the Westminster bubble about a "rocked" and "humiliated" prime minister.
25 It depends on unelected life senators for its majority in the upper house and so is vulnerable to even a small rebellion on its own side.
26 in London now forbade pipers to play in battle, but Mr Millin and Lord Lovat, as Scots, plotted rebellion.
27 After his parents' last rebuke Jack's rebellion became worse.
28 Marlon Brando's 1954 movie The Wild One helped solidify Harley's image of hairy-chested rebellion, an identification it alternately embraces and spurns.
29 Roundhead points of view, various forms of Puritanism and other forms of religious rebellion, are antiestablishment, and yet they are all coded within the discourse of the Christian religion.
30 parental control fosters rebellion in children.