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leaderless

adjführerlos, ohne Führer; party, unionführungslos
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Then the wretched rabble of the Isosceles, planless and leaderless, are either transfixed without resistance by the small body of their brethren whom the Chief Circle keeps in pay for emergencies of this kind; or else more often, by means of jealousies and suspicions skilfully fomented among them by the Circular party, they are stirred to mutual warfare, and perish by one another's angles.
His men being left leaderless had nothing for it but to retreat after him, which they did in sullen order, covered by the bows of the yeomen.
What suppose thou would result were Norman of Torn to turn his great band of cut-throats, leaderless, upon England?
But his people, though they felt his loss were not leaderless, for Medon, the bastard son of Oileus by Rhene, set them in array.
Akela knew something of the dholes, too, for he said to Mowgli quietly, "It is better to die in a Full Pack than leaderless and alone.
The opposition wants us to have a leaderless city,'' Close said.
So far neither the Tories nor the SNP have tried to make any political gains out of the current leaderless state of the Scottish Labour Party.
New Delhi, July 27 ( ANI ): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Yashwant Sinha on Saturday lashed out at the ruling Congress Party over the ongoing debate over poverty and cheap meals, saying the UPA Government at the Centre has been leaderless from day one and that is the root cause of all problems that the country is facing.
An MBBS student at a college in Bangladesh, he is described as an avid internet user and a " leaderless jihadi".
Unlike Egypt's revolts of 1882, 1919, and 1952, the revolution of 2011 is leaderless.
This country was leaderless at the time and our PM seemed to be in no hurry to get back from his holiday to deal with it.
He said: "There are isolated insurgent groups that are leaderless.