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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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As Terry Moe of Stanford University has shown in his research, teachers unions are the most active interest groups in school-board elections in California, and they are strikingly successful in getting their preferred candidates elected (see "The Union Label on the Ballot Box" features, Summer 2006).
Golden Eagle is on the Bella Union label and can be obtained from them and her websitewww.hollymacve.com.
Shifting the focus to unions' national headquarters, another chapter discusses the ILGWU's and ACWA's campaigns to promote the union label and ACWA's national boycott of Farah slacks during a 22-month strike for union recognition by Mexican-American women employed at its plant in El Paso, Texas.
SPEAKING of potential albums of the year (and yes, I appreciate it's the start of January), I'm now extremely excited by the prospect of a debut record from Exmagician, which is due out on the much lauded Bella Union label in March.
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.
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.
In a letter responding to William Voegeli's "Look out for the Union Label" (Summer 2009), I differed with his contention that unions serve mainly to undermine the economy, maintaining that though imperfect they play an integral role in our industrial relations system (Correspondence, Fall 2009).
BELOW THE SURFACE OF THESE MOST memorable collaborations between labor and the theater, however, is a teeming mass of lesser-known plays that proudly wore the union label. Lee Papa, an assistant professor of English at the College of Staten Island/CUNY, has just edited a new collection of drama from the era, Staged Action: Six Plays from the American Workers' Theatre (Cornell University Press).
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