strike-bound

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strike-bound

[ˈstraɪkbaʊnd] ADJparalizado por la huelga
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They do many things, such as; search and rescue, assist the police and security services, they step in to empty our bins, guard our prisons, drive our ambulances, put out our fires and other things needed when the militant and strike-bound down tools and walkout.
Upon calls by the popular committees and PLO organizations, refugee camps would become strike-bound in solidarity with their brethren in the Triangle, the Negev and Galilee whose lands had been usurped back on March 30 of 1977 by a colonial settler Jewish state bent on expropriating and transferring them.
On Wednesday, Munich airport staff will be providing strike-bound passengers with early morning refreshments, snacks and telecommunication possibilities.
The sailing of the SS Hare - which almost did not happen because the vessel was strike-bound in Pomona Docks, Manchester - finally made the historic sailing on Friday, September 27, 1913.
1973 Ice-cream man Arthur Wynn took the wheel of County Durham's first strike-bound ambulance in an emergency dash to a road accident.
Initially organized to restore the distribution of bread, milk, and petroleum in the strike-bound city (and informed by earlier "Citizens" movements in Winnipeg, Minneapolis, and other North American cities), the Citizens' Committee of One Thousand deployed the universalist language of citizenship to restore prevailing property and labour relations and defeat the potential of the widest sympathetic strike Canada had ever known.
Sarkozy has ordered strike-bound fuel depots opened up by the police and
The paper, started by brothers whose experience includes launching dailies in newspaper strike-bound cities, was an attempt to provide daily home delivery in the greater Detroit market, which lost seven-day home delivery of its Detroit Free Press and Detroit News last summer when those papers scaled back to only Thursday, Friday and Sunday home delivery.
February 15 1967 - Nearly 2,000 crates of unassembled cars sit strike-bound in their crates at Bromford, Birmingham, after 500 drivers and loaders voted for industrial action at British Road Services.
Her maiden voyage was rescheduled from the Clyde to Quebec and Montreal as Liverpool was strike-bound.
The Musical, creator Danny Schur has helped resurrect the hopes and challenges of strike-bound Winnipeg in ways most earlier treat ments have not.
Solidarity action from rail and power workers had cut stocks to 400,000 tonnes less than required at the crucial strike-bound power stations.