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picket

a person involved in a STRIKE who seeks to prevent other persons from gaining access to a place of work during an INDUSTRIAL DISPUTE. In the UK, picketing one's own place of work is lawful; picketing other people's places of work (secondary picketing) is unlawful. See SECONDARY ACTION.

picket

a person, either on strike or supporting that strike, who seeks to prevent other persons from gaining access to a place of work during the course of an INDUSTRIAL DISPUTE. In the UK, picketing one's own place of work is lawful; picketing other people's places of work (secondary picketing) is unlawful.
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Picketed were The Plaza, Binion's, Golden Nugget, Four Queens, Las Vegas Club, Main Street Station, El Cortez, Fremont, Golden Gate, and the D.
Eighty-six workers from the then Friction Dynamics factory in Caernarfon, were sacked in April 2001, and have picketed the site ever since.
The works and pensions minister made a Friday visit to Wallasey's Jobcentre Plus offices which are being picketed by Public and Commercial Services union staff and are in the constituency of her sister Angela.
Trade union Mandate picketed the opening of Aldi's fourth store in the Republic and has extended pickets to the Cork and Letterkenny outlets.
They've picketed and demonstrated in stranger places.
All others, including residents, then use neutral entrances which are not picketed.
Hundreds of workers of Canadian Niagara Hotels (CNH) picketed the entrance of the Sheraton-on-the-Falls, Brock Hotel, Hard Rock Cafe and Terrace Food Court adjacent to the Niagara Casino (there is no labour dispute at the Casino).
Villaraigosa said he has asked the City Attorney's Office to seek the order after about 300 EAA members picketed Wednesday at the Port of Los Angeles.