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picket

verb avoid, blackball, blockade, boycott, demonstrate, demonstrate against, demonstrate protest, dissuade from entering, persuade not to work, protest, restrict access, take part in a demonstration
Associated concepts: informational picketing, lawful pickettng, mass picketing, organizational picketing, peaceful picketing, primary picketing, recognitional picketing, retallatory picketing, secondary boycotts, situs picketing, symmathy strikes, unlawful picketing, violent picketing
See also: demonstrate, protest
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This left them standing directly beside the chanting picketers for several minutes at a time, though there was no direct interaction between the two groups.
Approximately 5,000 picketers clashed with 4,000 riot police.
Picketers quickly established a routine in the 'cold rain, bitter winds' of wintry north-west Tasmania.
Even the WGA strike paraphernalia seem to have been designed with passion in mind as women wear red lipstick to match shirts and signs that picketers carry in their left hands to better spot wedding rings.
Four years before Stonewall, ,at Independence Hall on July 4, 1965, Gittings was among a group of pioneering gay and lesbian picketers who held the first Reminder Day, which according to Gittings was meant to "remind the public that there was still a sizable segment of the American people that were not benefiting from the promises in our founding fathers' document.
We are "the Silhouettes against the snow," as Grace Petrasek's book of 1991 called pro-life picketers.
STANDING FIRM: Steve Smith and other picketers at Cofa Court.
Picketers and more than 40 speakers from as far away as Elko attended the meeting at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Convention-goers were mostly oblivious to the small group of Scouting for All picketers that showed up during the meeting.
Phelps' picketers clashed with regular church protesters calling for Law's resignation in Boston.