- n. Plural form of lockout.
“While war raged abroad, there was no end of labor troubles at home, strikes, "lockouts," assaults on imported workmen”
“It's an emergency to them," Johnson said about people who call for things such as lockouts or other not-so-serious matters.”
“The credibility of the information used to determine the list of venues which must adhere to the 2am-5am 'lockouts' is in tatters after major flaws were revealed in the way data was used to compile it.”
“The response of state governments across the country has been to impose 'lockouts' upon licensed venues-bans on entering venues after a certain hour.”
“The Toyota and Scion plans cover all normal factory-recommended maintenance services outlined in each vehicle's owners manual, which includes oil and filter changes, tire rotations, lubrication of key chassis parts/components, a 19-point inspection and 24-hour roadside assistance for lockouts, flat tires, towing, jump starts, and more.”
“But fan lockouts are the one thing some sports never fully recover from.”
“The NFL and NBA lockouts didn't stand a chance against them.”
“I was just at a legal conference this past weekend, and we were just discussing decertification and lockouts.”
“Both those leagues (MLB and NHL) went into lockouts and extended lockouts.”
“Goodell said the NFL does not want to travel down the same path as Major League Baseball and the NHL, both interrupted in the past by labor lockouts.”
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