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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.
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 smaller chain niche, known in the restaurant industry as ``quick casual,'' lies somewhere between a sit-down family eatery and a fast-food joint.