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The result is that lock-outs have become very popular with buyers, but they may find that a lock-out agreement does not give them the protection they thought, as demonstrated in a recent case.
It's getting to the stage that if something isn't done soon we will have to introduce peak-time lock-outs to allow passenger and train congestion to subside,' he said.
They have attacking flair enough to thoroughly examine United's new defensive barrier erected round Bassong, whose introduction in his natural position has coincided with the three-game run of lock-outs.
50 a year and covers up to $150 per roadside incident or breakdown, including flat tires, no gas, lock-outs, jumpstarts and ramp winching as well as on-the-water tows, jump-starts and fuel delivery.
But soccer fever is gripping Cardiff, with expected 21,500 lock-outs against Reading and Bristol City later this month.
After the lock-outs of Friday and Saturday, sadly there weren't quite so many there yesterday to finish the job.
Back are one-nil lock-outs, back is defensive solidity, back are opponents who can't cope with 4-5-1 even if they do utilise it themselves.
Any journalist involved in the 1979 newspaper lock-outs will confirm that, far from that, he faced accusations of being a "terrible Tory" for the way he ran his weekly newspaper during that strike.
Although industry history suggests that passengers' memories of disruptive operational events such as labor actions and management lock-outs can be relatively short, Fitch sees the potential for this weekend's events to trigger a more sustained pattern of customers booking away from the Australian flag carrier.