The impact of the lockout
on [y.sub.jit] in NHL counties is captured by [[delta].sub.NH] x [X'.sub.it] is a vector of explanatory variables that capture national economic conditions within each industry, and explanatory variables that capture county economic conditions, such as county unemployment, population growth rate, and a lagged dependent variable.
The images are linked to sources, including the 1911 Census and the Report of the Housing Inquiry, to demonstrate the dire poverty of many of those affected by the Lockout
. A location map would have been a helpful accompaniment to the narrative, which is, by its own admission, complementary to Chris Corlett's Darkest Dublin (2008).
There are many kinds of lockout
devices available on the market, each of which is suitable for a different application.
The Dublin lockout
eventually ended early in 1914, when calls for a sympathetic strike in Britain were rejected by the TUC.
In January 1995, following a 102-day lockout
, an eleventh-hour settlement was reached.
The team witnessed a similar phenomenon in 2004, when the NHL lockout
lasted the entire season.
Exaxtly how the NHL lockout
affected the fixtures was not specified.
" The lockout
is certainly a blow for dealers and buyers.
Teamsters Local 117 failed to consider what Waste Management said was its final offer and the company is considering a lockout
of its recycling and yard waste truck drivers, KIROFM in Seattle reported.
(15, 95mins Judging by the opening scenes for this film, I thought there had been a spelling mistake on the title.
Dj vu aside, Lockout
works as a solid, if super-violent, movie featuring a typically robust turn from Guy Pearce, who was probably hired because Vin Diesel was unavailable at the time.
THE VERDICT Smartly paced and littered with impressive sci-fi special-effects set pieces, Lockout
is a cool, actionpacked sci-fi thriller that delivers in terms of thrills and spills.