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Synonyms for boycott



Synonyms for boycott

to exclude from normal social or professional activities

Antonyms for boycott

a group's refusal to have commercial dealings with some organization in protest against its policies

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Former Neath Mayor John Warman who is battling against ever rising tolls on both Severn Bridges said yesterday that he was inspired by the May Day boycott of the Tyne Tunnel.
How member countries decide to take back their sovereignty--that is, how they fashion their own boycott campaigns--is decided locally.
This perspective, which is arguably reflected in the recent Australian academic boycott proposals, reflects what may be called a position of anti-Zionist fundamentalism that is akin to religious fanaticism.
Olive boycott stems from failed attempts by the Farm Labor Organizing Committee, a farm workers union, to get the pickle company to negotiate a labour contract for workers who harvest the vegetables.
Although Church concluded that the congressionally imposed boycott "had a profound impact on internal conditions and contributed to the fall of Idi Amin," it is hard to attribute Amin's fall solely to the sanctions.
The abrasive, single-minded Boycott was his own worst enemy - just ahead of thousands of others he managed to offend in his run-laden career.
Exams start this month and the boycott leaves a question mark over how many will be set and marked.
Only in America can you sneak illegally into our country then make outrageous demands, fly Mexican flags over our American flag, rewrite our national anthem in Spanish and block our streets, have our Police Department help them and our politicians boycott with them.
One claims Bulgaria is a poor country, therefore we should not boycott and it is the people of Bulgaria who will suffer as a result of a boycott.
If only people would boycott apples with labels stuck on them.
Both men give their insights into the great campaigns they led, starting with the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
Glickman, "'Make Lisle the Style': The Politics of Fashion in the Japanese Silk Boycott, 1937-1940"
Major credit for the program's cancellation is due to the Canada Family Action Coalition (CFAC) which, supported by Christian Coalition International (Canada), immediately launched a boycott of the bank.
CRICKET legend Geoff Boycott fears he is suffering from throat cancer, the SP has learned.