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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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Officer workers on lunch break at this city's busy 'Magnificent Mile' were puzzled by the demand of some 20 picketers to prevent the burial of the late Philippine strongman, Ferdinand E.
When I visit clinics, I've learned to ask the staff if they have ever seen a picketer come in, have an abortion and go back to picketing again," she writes.
67) Once a picketer physically impedes or obstructs another person or vehicle from lawfully entering premises, the obstruction is an illegal act and police have both the right and duty to act under the explicit provisions of the statutes.
When the clinic introduced the program two years ago, a few confused picketers asked to be counted twice, according to the clinic's associate director, Bill Woodson.
The unions said two picketers suffered injuries inflicted by plant guards and had to be hospitalized.
In the midst of the fight over the welfare bill on Capitol Hill, Daniel Patrick Moynihan publicly denounced the liberal advocacy groups, saying he could see all the way to the Supreme Court without a single indignant picketer or placard obscuring his view.
E[acute accent]Along the way she married a fellow picketer, Joe Yeninas, a cartoonist and editorial art director at the paper.
AKIpress correspondents arrived to the place of the picket 10 minutes before the event, where the picketer was already surrounded by police officers.
The court found that Ely, in addition to being an officer of the union, was acting also as a picketer on Feb.
Picketer Amelia Patterson called Jackson's protest "a wake-up call.
Even today snow, we've picketers "Janet Beer is the President of Universities UK (UUK), the collective body that represents Vice-Chancellors nationwide.
It is alleged by campaigners that police action on the day was excessively violent and statements were manufactured to discredit the picketers involved.