Picket

  • 101Chaînon Picket — Géographie Altitude 2 533 m, Luna Peak[1] …

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  • 102flying picket — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms flying picket : singular flying picket plural flying pickets someone who travels around to places where workers are on strike, and helps them to stop other people from working there …

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  • 103aerial picket — oro erdvės sargyba statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Skraidantis orlaivis, kurio užduotis – pastebėti, pranešti ir sekti artėjančius priešo orlaivius ar valdomąsias raketas ir valdyti gaudymus. atitikmenys: angl. aerial picket; air picket pranc …

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  • 104air picket — oro erdvės sargyba statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Skraidantis orlaivis, kurio užduotis – pastebėti, pranešti ir sekti artėjančius priešo orlaivius ar valdomąsias raketas ir valdyti gaudymus. atitikmenys: angl. aerial picket; air picket pranc …

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  • 105flying picket — ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a person who travels to picket a workplace where there is an industrial dispute …

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  • 106aerial picket — See air picket …

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  • 107air picket — An airborne early warning aircraft positioned primarily to detect, report, and track approaching enemy aircraft or missiles and to control intercepts. Also called aerial picket. See also airborne early warning and control …

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  • 108USS Picket — may refer to:*, completed 15 April 1942 by Marietta Manufacturing Co., Point Pleasant, West Virginia *, laid down 28 March 1945 as SS James F. Harrell by J. A. Jones Construction Co., Panama City, Florida References …

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  • 109Alonza Picket — Alonza Pickett Données générales Nationalité  États Unis Date de naissance 8 octobre 1952 …

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  • 110flying picket — See picketing. Collins dictionary of law. W. J. Stewart. 2001 …

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  • 111flying picket — UK US noun [C] WORKPLACE ► a worker who travels to support workers who are on strike (= refusing to work) at another place of work: »Employers may be able to take legal action to stop other forms of action, such as the use of flying pickets …

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  • 112flying picket — n someone who travels to different factories during a ↑strike and tries to persuade workers to stop working …

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  • 113flying picket — noun Brit. a person who travels to picket a workplace where there is an industrial dispute …

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  • 114flying picket — /flaɪɪŋ ˈpɪkət/ (say fluying pikuht) noun 1. a group of striking workers who move from one site to another to assist with picket lines. 2. a member of such a group …

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  • 115star picket — /ˈsta pɪkət/ (say stah pikuht) noun a metal picket with three ridges. {trademark; popularly thought to be from the rough star shape at the end} …

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  • 116radar picket — radiolokacijos postas statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Laivas, orlaivis ar bet kuri kita transporto priemonė, išdėstyti atokiau nuo saugomų pajėgų siekiant padidinti radiolokacinio aptikimo nuotolį. atitikmenys: angl. radar picket pranc.… …

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  • 117inlying picket — noun see picket I …

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  • 118outlying picket — noun see picket I …

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  • 119radar picket — Mil. a ship, vehicle, or aircraft stationed at a distance from a protected force to increase radar detection range. [1950 55] * * * radar picket, a ship or aircraft with radar, stationed near the outside boundary of some area to detect… …

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  • 120secondary picket — noun • • • Main Entry: ↑second …

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