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명. 동맹 파업; 항의 퇴장

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The railroad workers are going on walkout tomorrow.
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Hence Labour MEPs dignified walkout during the official opening of the new Parliament building on Tuesday.
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Transportation workers staged a walkout to protest pay cuts.
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According to him, the process aims at possible walkout evasion during the "tempest", that he forecasts shortly.
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Accusations that the state was selling off the DRC's mineral assets cheaply provoked a parliamentary walkout in May.
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It is time for... the walkout.
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So in my 12 years of wisdom, I zip my pants down, I walkout into the room, and lo and behold to me, while I was in the roomwith Sheila, Johnny was back at the window calling guysup.
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The situation culminated on 28 December, when Bosniak councillors staged a walkout during the Assembly's last session of the year in reaction to proposed reforms and the reallocation of positions resulting from government restructuring.
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While recognizing that the Chief of the Defence Force was faced with a mass walkout of personnel and the need to maintain the discipline of the force, the Commission notes significant discrepancies between the action taken by him and the procedures required by law.
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You know the nurses are threatening a walkout, and I have to talk them down?
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Συνώνυμα

a strike in which the workers walk out: strike, work stoppage
the act of walking out (of a meeting or organization) as a sign of protest: objection, dissent, protest


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