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walk-off

[′wȯk‚ȯf]
(graphic arts)
In lithography, the failure of part of the image to stick to the metal plate while printing.
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A court called an end to walkouts by airfield staff at Frankfurt, bringing to a close three weeks of walkouts at Europe's third busiest airport in an increasingly bitter row over pay and conditions.
BA has urged Unite - which can take the case to the court of appeal - to negotiate an end to the increasingly acrimonious dispute over pay and working conditions that had led to the planned walkout.
The World Jewish Congress said it watched the walkouts during the speech and kept a list.
The planned June 6 hourlong walkout would be illegal because it would leave students unsupervised and vulnerable, district officials said.
They said the walkout closed jobcentres and benefit offices and hit services at those staying open.
The union does will reportedly only be sending e-mails out to notify travellers of larger scale walkouts.
HBO Films' WALKOUT is the true story of the Chicano student uprising in East Los Angeles in 1968 where several dramatic, non-violent walkouts were staged at local high schools to protest academic prejudices and dire school conditions.
The walkout, which ended last Wednesday, cost Bavaria an estimated $47 million.
Mitchell called the strike off, but walkouts continued, creating a pattern where the UMW faced as much trouble controlling the rank and file as management.
Blais said the company began locking out members before the union walkout started.
A surgeon walkout that lasts weeks or months would certainly become a significant credit concern to an affected hospital.