Walkout

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Walkout

The act in which all the employees of a company leave the workplace and refuse to work any longer that day. A walkout is a type of protest for better wages, benefits or other demands. It may be sustained (and therefore part of a strike) or it may be a one-off event.
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Knowing that each walk-off this season will help support and honor our wounded or fallen heroes and their families made each walk-off even more exciting and meaningful.
David Ortiz slugged a dramatic two-run homer - the 10th walk-off home run with the Red Sox (including postseason), his 16th career regular-season walk-off hit, his first walk-off hit of 2007 and his second round-tripper of the night - to power Boston to a dramatic 5-4 victory over Tampa Bay last night.
For a team that has a 32-42 record on the road (49-32 at home), the Dodgers barely broke even, needing two walk-off home runs for two of their five wins on this ten-game home stretch.
Big Papi has been hitting walk-off hits and homers at a torrid pace," says Dave Johnson, CEO of WagerWeb.
5 million includes $5,000 for every walk-off in select 2012 professional baseball games and portion of sales for every case of Budweiser sold, 5/20-7/7.
Referring to his big brother's walk-off, guitarist JAREd FOLLOWiLL (the fittest one, I might add) apologised for the sudden end to their set, saying: "I love our fans so much.
The situation, with the potential winning run on second base, was strikingly familiar to the previous evening, when Garciaparra hit a dribbler off the first-base bag to give the Dodgers a walk-off victory.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter last night said he would have supported England's players had they staged a walk-off in Madrid last week.
The support for multiple authentication devices, coupled with the ability to automate walk-off security policies and track access to applications, reduces the risk of unauthorized access to confidential information.
SIR ALEX Ferguson believes Lille were lucky not to be kicked out of the Champions League after their astonishing walk-off in Lens in the first leg of their clash with Manchester United.