1. MAUTI: To be used in cases of extreme duress, and with seemingly insurmountable challenges. i.e. "Left with no ammunition, and surrounded by a superior force, John mautied up the troops and counter attacked."
2. MCGLOIN: To be used when faced with a lack of respect, despite the fact that the lack of respect is unfounded. i.e. "Despite the fact that he had a 4.0 grade point average in finance, and spoke five languages, it was still necessary for John to mcgloin himself into the job at the international investment bank."
Using MAUTI and MCGLOIN together in a sentence:
"Faced with unfair criticism for the conduct of others, the 2013 Penn State Football team mautied around Bill O'Brien and mcgloined themselves back into relevance in the major college football scene.