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- verb UK Alternative spelling of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- verb recruit for a union or organize into a union
- verb form or join a union
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Jenn, I have being attempting to unionise the bunnies for two years now, with little or no success.
Anyone with any investment in the feminist ideal of equality for all must surely agree that the proposals do not advance that aim in any way at all; in fact, it would seem more equitable to decriminalise and unionise sex work.
It's a question of corruption in high places and power to the people in Steeltown USA where the local steelworkers are trying to unionise against the opposition of corrupt wealthy bigwig Mr Mister.
I'm not sure it's going to be possible to unionise the White House.
If illegal immigrants were somehow raptured away, their US citizen replacements would still be shittily paid, denied benefits, fired for trying to unionise, shoddily compensated for illness and injury on the job.
Government legislation allows any firm with more than 20 employees to unionise.
Seconding Kazinski that the relevant covenant should be that they will not unionise.
Have you tried to unionise sweatshop workers in China?
Cosatu president Willie Madisha agreed that Cosatu needed to unionise farm workers.
Hard Times is what did it for me as well - as far as I can see his take on labour relations is simlar to your version of his take on the legal system - "ooh, it's so terrible that the workers are being oppressed, but heaven forbid they should actually organise and unionise in an attempt to defend themselves".