union card


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union card

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a membership card for a trade union

un′ion card`


n.
a card identifying one as a member of a particular labor union.
[1870–75, Amer.]
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Noun1.union card - a card certifying membership in a labor union
membership card - a card certifying membership in an organization
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union card

ntessera del sindacato
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Before another month was by, all the working members of his family had union cards, and wore their union buttons conspicuously and with pride.
By giving their full name and student union card number, a student can book a taxi home with the fare paid by their Student Union, to be repaid when the emergency is over.
LoanGEN for Credit Cards is designed to allow members to more easily compare their credit union's card offerings with their current cards, and transfer their balances to a new credit union card if they so desire.
Listen, mate, no union card, not welcome,' Dai shoved reporter and crew out into the street.
This unfair labour practice prevents roughly 70 per cent of qualified contractors from working on our bridges, water treatment facilities and public buildings--just because they don't hold the right union card or have chosen not to hold one at all.
We are gathered here today to launch the union card for subscribers at the audiovisual syndicate, as questions are multiplying on the role of media in general and that of the audiovisual industry at this critical stage in Lebanon and the region," he said.
WikiLeaks' editor-in-chief Julian Assange has been presented with his Media Alliance union card, confirming that he is a member in good standing with the Australian journalists' union, the Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance.
Among the issues they raise are the appointment of so-called "czars" unaccountable to any but Obama; Obama's plans to pack the court with "activist" judges; Obama's use of executive orders and regulatory bodies to unconstitutionally make law; the health insurance reform bill; "socialist" interference in the economy in the form of cap and trade plans for greenhouse gas emissions, taxes, and stimulus spending; utilizing a number of policy and other means (amnesty for illegal aliens and union card check, for example) for skewing American elections to the left; limiting Second Amendment rights; and working to silence (conservative) dissent in the media, government, and the schools.
Your Union card just got a whole lot more valuable, with treats now available at 63 different businesses all over town," the Telegraph quoted it as saying.
Ed Balls played the union card to its full strength, saying that believing in the link between the party and the trade unions was strong but that "belief alone is not enough".
Contact the office below for your Western Union card to collect the funds.
The SNP do the same, and nobody could accuse Alex Salmond of playing the Union card.
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