striking


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striking

1. Cutting a molding with a plane.
2. Removing temporary supports from a structure.
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19 : to produce by stamping <The mint is striking a new coin.
A federal judge recently granted the carrier's request to ban flight attendants from striking.
For instance, court orders barring some critical workers from striking were not served to several hundred of those affected.
These resident managers and superintendents should be instructed that they are not to admit or do "favors" for anyone, especially striking personnel, even if they are longtime acquaintances.
The storm striking closest to the Tropic of Cancer landed on which state or country?
and Margaret Thatcher in the panting British press, she represents something French politics hasn't seen in years: a public figure eager to take on the country's endlessly striking unions.
Ohrbach Asks New Writ To Bar All Picketing By Striking Employees.
For the striking worker, cost matters are equally bleak.
As they met, several hundred striking dock workers and teamsters kept up a rhythmic picket line, replete with music and congas, under a torrid sun.
During the 1989 Eastern Airlines strike, two striking pilots received strike benefits of about $20,000 each from the pilots' union, the Air Line Pilots Association International.
The striking workers are receiving $90 per week in strike pay.
In addition, most hospitals had streamlined their administrative staffs through mergers and cutbacks, leaving fewer management personnel to fill in for striking RNs.