band of union

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band of union followers rubbishing the 13-man code, how is a doughty northerner supposed to watch a game without a pint of Tetley's Smooth in hand?
Less than an hour earlier, the loyal band of Union flag waving fans saw the women's team take silver in the same event.
But he wins back her love after chasing a small band of Union soldiers who steal his train "The General".
With control of the Senate, Prime Minister John Howard and his band of union haters would be able to implement their anti-worker dreams, and destroy over one hundred years of a respected and fair(ish) industrial relations system, where Australian workers had succeeded in winning decent wages and working conditions.