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picket in Labour relations, unions topic

picketpicket2 verb  1 [intransitive, transitive]BELPROTEST to stand or march in front of a shop, factory, government building etc to protest about something or to stop people from going in during a strike Protesters are still picketing outside the White House gates. a group of picketing miners2 [transitive]PMA to place soldiers around or near a place as guardspicketing noun [uncountable] The new law will still allow peaceful picketing.→ See Verb table
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picketThe opening of the penal unit inspired protests and picketing by neighbors in the surrounding neighborhood.His own firm had been picketed for the last five months in a dispute over the use of new technology.Even so, the unions' power to strike and picket remained substantial.More than 1,200 teachers picketed that day.Publishers were afraid of feminists picketing the bookstores.Black demonstrators picketed the court throughout the trial, alleging that the prosecution of the youths was tantamount to a judicial lynching.Union members have picketed the department store since it opened.In a phone message to a friend, Siegel also threatened to picket the home of a prominent gay philanthropist.So are all the guys planning to picket the museum today.