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walk-off

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(graphic arts)
In lithography, the failure of part of the image to stick to the metal plate while printing.
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He described her death as 'her final walkout,' in apparent reference to her habit of leaving the room to express displeasure.
The German carrier, which previously had offered 2,000 euros per person, said late Monday it was inviting the UFO union to hold talks on Tuesday with top executives over the proposed payment and other concessions to avoid a prolonged walkout. That came after the union asked members serving on long-haul flights from Lufthansa's main Frankfurt and Munich hubs and employees in Dusseldorf not to work on Tuesday.
The fact that the walkout fell on the eve of the 36th death anniversary of the martyred former Sen.
Another BJP ally, Janata Dal-United also opposed the Bill and staged a walkout. Although these NDA allies opposed the Bill, their walkout from the House would help the government in the passage of the Bill.
The opposition members opposed the bill and staged walkout from the house taking the plea that the bill would adversely affect the future of youth and would deprive more than 60 to 70 thousand people of the government jobs.
While the gamble may have worked in Oregon in the short run, walkouts can be politically costly plays that rarely work in the long run, says Andrew Downs, director of the Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, who studied the 2011 legislative walkout in the Hoosier State.
In a post at Medium, Claire Stapleton said her decision to resign was based on her expecting another child but also because she was marked for retaliation by department heads after the walkout late last year.
Leader of the House Shibli Faraz, Azam Swati, Nauman Wazir and other members of the treasury benches disagreed with the opposition's walkout. Faraz said Raza Rabbani has hijacked the house and is disrupting the proceedings.
"The Walkout was a turning point: a moment where Googlers called on the company to do right by its people," the list of demands read.
Although they were considering a walkout for months, they did not push through with it.
It's a good time to ask: Did the walkout accomplish anything?
ISLAMABAD -- Responding to opposition parties' walkout in the National Assembly, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that these are pressure tactics by them and that they were seeking NRO from the government.