union label


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union label

n.
An identifying mark attached to a product indicating it has been produced by members of a trade union.
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In its rhetoric, labour's role in forging a new society was linked to the union label, whose legitimacy and even holiness were warranted, declared one letter writer, by the Bible itself:
2011's Gracious Tide, Take Me Home (on the distinguished Bella Union label to which they signed in 2010) was impossibly assured for a debut.
In the RESTORE extension study, 240 patients with DME received individualized treatment with Lucentis according to a regimen consistent with the European Union label.
These fascinating Geordie folk have found a natural home on ex-Cocteau Twin Simon Raymonde's excellent Bella Union label.
While some voters might look for the union label, most judge candidates by other criteria that include integrity, intelligence and an open mind.
Remember the commercial jingle, "Look for the union label," in the '70s and '80s?
The National Consumer Law Center has charged that certain credit union payday loan alternative products are little more than payday loans sold under a credit union label.
Her big break came courtesy of Simon Raymonde, of Scottish band Cocteau Twins, who decided to release 2003's Troubled By The Fire on his and Robin Guthrie's Bella Union label.
The talks have been complicated by Abbas' decision last month to bring his Fateh faction into a power-sharing government with Hamas, which Israel, the United States and the European Union label a terrorist organization.
The jingle and the practice of buying clothing with a union label symbolized the link between one's actions as a consumer and decent working conditions, a living wage, and a fair society.
See Terry Moe, "The Union Label on the Ballot Box," page 58.
Consistent with Scripps' editorial advocacy of labor unions, all of his printing-related employees were unionized and his newspapers carried the union label (p.
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