- v. Simple past tense and past participle of blackball.
“Post columnist Tom Keegan in his book last year that Durocher was blackballed from the American League after the incident, and his career nearly ended.”
“blackballed" - shunned by Wall Street firms, he said.”
“Cat, still angry at being "blackballed," seems game.”
“Tom Farer, a legal adviser to Howe, says that Aidid thought he had been "blackballed" as a Somali leader. ”
“I had a particular interest, because the developer had 'blackballed' me as a suitable person to be Chair of the meeting.”
“It's understood police will allege the men "blackballed" the victim on several occasions -”
“Disney also fired one of the creators and "blackballed" him from directing any other Disney shows after he testified against the company in a union arbitration hearing, according to the lawsuit in Superior Court.”
“Correll also says he was wrongfully terminated by the Mouse House and "blackballed" from being involved in other Disney projects.”
“He claims his attempts to report the alleged misconduct were ignored by co-producers and he was ultimately "blackballed" from working on the show.”
“It is understood police will allege the men "blackballed" the victim on several occasions -”
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