anti-strike

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anti-strike

[ˈæntɪˈstraɪk] ADJantihuelga
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on July 9, Kuo released a post on the TFAU Facebook page in which she admitted that her statements about "pummeling" anti-strike flight attendants and "adding ingredients" to the captain's entree were inappropriate, emphasizing that they were meant as jokes.
The biggest disservice any of us could do for our students right now is to not act in this moment." (5) On the other hand, in a representative anti-strike quote, Jim Segar (an Arizona physical education teacher) was quoted as saying, "You can't get everything at once after years of neglect.
Texas isn't the only state with anti-strike laws on the books.
Grand Trunk among them, had a history of using pension sanctions as an anti-strike weapon.
The new achievements included 'Pars Kam' detector system that tracks chemical substances dangerous to health, a new system that can detect explosives and drugs, anti-strike and explosion-proof polymer coatings, a new generation of NBC protective clothes based on Travagzin membranes, as well as the production line of Obidoxime chloride medicine that fixes the effects of chemical substances on the body.
He tried unsuccessfully to take over the BBC and produced the Government's own newspaper, The British Gazette, to pedal anti-strike propaganda.
I am concerned about the wellbeing of all workers with the Government's anti-strike proposals.
DAVID Cameron's anti-strike laws are the biggest attack on trade unions in more than 30 years.
Whoever emerges as the new leader faces a busy first few days, appointing a shadow cabinet, preparing to face David Cameron at prime minister's questions and dealing with the Government's controversial anti-strike laws.
Earlier this week, Prentis said Unison were preparing a PS50million fund to fight the planned anti-strike laws.
Those with anti-strike views are given every chance to be counted.
Public service workers' protest brings firefighters, teachers and civil servants across Wales out on strike - roads, schools, offices close as Cameron vows tough anti-strike laws.
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