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Resembling a policy in which the head of the operation is fired without sufficient cause in order to to create the illusion of effective leadership though intolerance of mediocrity
It was rather giulianistic of Mr. Whipple on his first day as the new boss to fire Will just because he accidentally over-charged one customer--the only customer he ever over-charged in his five years as a cashier.
by Marc April 07, 2005
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