Often, however, an author introduces a Secondary Action
merely for the sake of variety or to increase the breadth of his picture--in order to present a whole section of society instead of one narrow stratum or group.
I find it, however, so transcendently stimulating and clarifying to the mind that its secondary action
is a matter of small moment.
The ruling has an impact not only on existing claimants but there could be secondary action
from those like Derek, his brother Gordon, 63, and his sister Christina, 51, who were exposed to it, unwittingly.
The company isn't involved in the disputes as the management is concerned that any intervention could spark a secondary action
from their own staff, many of whom are part of Unite.
Mass picketing was outlawed, ballots had to be held before industrial action could be taken, secondary action
was made illegal and union leaders had to face regular elections to keep their jobs.
FLYING pickets, secondary action
, 47 per cent pay claims, three-day weeks and power cuts were the order of the day in the West Midlands back in 1972 when Tory Prime Minister Ted Heath took on the might of the miners.
Mining pickets were successful in halting production at many pits, but forceful policing limited secondary action
and large stockpiles of coal meant the miners did not have the same paralysing effect they had had on the economy in 1972.
A secondary action
is that of proper technique for insertion.
In the first six books, there was secondary action
that could be cut from the movies, "themes which, while exciting and while fans love them, simply don't add anything to the main thrust of the story," Radcliffe said.
While it remains a real threat, the focus on players potentially boycotting the All-Star Game could be a secondary action
to an event that will be occurring before then: the Arizona Fall League.
The eGard Slide Latch provides easy handing and secondary action
for locking and unlocking doors to safeguarded areas.
Union leaders accused the Government of "inflaming" the crisis after Gordon Brown said any secondary action
would be "indefensible".