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Boycott
Boycott This page is about boycott as a form of protest. For other uses of the word boycott see Boycott (disambiguation). A boycott is a refusal to buy, sell, ...
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Boycott   (translated from German)
Boycott Boycott the organized verweigerung is, from one outlawed ... or another business. To that extent a boycott is one economic Weapon. The word Boycott (boycott) comes up Captain Charles Cunningham Boycott ...
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Boycott   (translated from Japanese)
Boycott Boycott(England:Boycott) Like below it means that action is ... an alliance, the commodity is not bought. Boycott. Uniting, reject the person of specification. Agreeing ... below the わ る which waits in boycott captain episode has become the origin ...
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Boycott   (translated from French)
Boycott This article is one outline to supplement ... you can share your knowledge in modifying. boycott is a free, voluntary and ideological attitude ... a nation. They can also be a boycott of elections or events. In the beginning, the boycott is the choice not to buy products ... comes from the name from Charles Cunningham Boycott ( 1832 - 1897 ), rich landowner ofIreland west ( ...
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Boycott   (translated from Dutch)
Boycott boycott is breaking (handels)relaties with a country ... or an individual. The reasons for a boycott can be of a political nature or ... where the hardvochtige English rentmeester Charles Cunningham boycott (1832-1897) this way by its lopsiders ... the history is o.a. the tea boycott during American revolution (bunch barrel Tea ...
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Jew boycott   (translated from German)
Jew boycott As Jew boycott becomes to 1. April 1933 through LV Organizations organized Boycott Jewish business, Department stores, Physicians, Attorneys and ... and chairs attack. Julius Streicher prepared the boycott according to plan and led it also ...
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Olympia boycott   (translated from German)
Olympia boycott With the key word Olympia boycott (see Boykott ) one designates the decision of ... been rejected, altogether 32 states explained their boycott. Taiwan there the crew withdrew itself to ... nonparticipation at the plays in Moscow. This boycott followed numerous western states, so that altogether ... however a direct reaction to the western boycott of 1980. 1988 Also on these ...
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oil boycott   (translated from Dutch)
oil boycott oil boycott a penalty rule is which is used ... against other governments and can imply: a boycott of oil-producing countries against certain consumers, like in 1973: seeoil crisis; a boycott against certain oil-producing countries like by ... different meanings and of the term oil boycott. On this page stands an explanation ...
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Talk:Boycott
Talk:Boycott e.g. "International Buy Nothing Day?" celebrated ... to write a whole neutral article on Boycott America (see Slow Food for an example ... movement) that could be linked to from boycott and also the more general moral purchasing ... 2003 (UTC) Yes, but, the scope of boycott is usually understood as a temporary effort ... as an example of voluntary simplicity. EofT "Boycott" or "embargo" The opening has a ...
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Charles Boycott
Charles Boycott Captain Charles Cunningham Boycott (1823-1897) was a British land agent ... gave the English language the verb to boycott, meaning 'to ostracise'. Charles Boycott was born in Norfolk in 1823. He ... harvest on Lord Erne's estate. When Boycott tried to undermine the campaign, the ...
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