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sit-down

a form of civil disobedience in which demonstrators sit down in a public place as a protest or to draw attention to a cause
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The final session of the evening was the Cosmo X Masaba sit-down dinner at the Nizwan Suite, Taj Palace.
The first recorded sit-down in the US was actually in 1906 among General Electric workers of Schenectady, New York.
A small group, frustrated by the lack of media attention, began a sit-down protest.
The high point of our protest was when we moved the sit-down action into the Diet building itself," recalled Masumoto.
The chain's new Country Potatoes are cubed chunks of whole potatoes, with the skin left on, that are lightly seasoned with salt and pepper, like those served in most sit-down diner restaurants.
Taco Bell[R] Highlights Newest Sit-Down Restaurant Style Meal with Super Bowl Ad
Request for Proposal: Airside 2 sit-down restaurant and bar
A sit-down dinner for dads and family at the Matterhorn Chef, 13726 Oxnard St.
The survey asked consumers to measure the time they spent waiting in line at the following locations: banks, clothing retailers, department stores, fast food restaurants, sit-down restaurants and grocery stores.
The smaller chain niche, known in the restaurant industry as ``quick casual,'' lies somewhere between a sit-down family eatery and a fast-food joint.
Peter Osborne, a specialist with 30 years' experience managing construction of more than 200 fast-casual and sit-down restaurants, has joined Heath Construction as project manager for the company's rapidly expanding restaurant construction business.
The Avenue Carriage Crossing is pleased to announce the opening of STIX, as in "chopsticks", a sit-down restaurant offering Japanese Hibachi style cooking, sushi and other Asian favorites.