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embargo

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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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The two New Zealanders, Justine Sachs and Nadia Abu-Shanab, penned an open letter to Lorde last year in which they urged her to "take a stand" and "join the artistic boycott of Israel.
BLF's spokesman Gohram Baloch said his organisation had decided to boycott the media on Oct 24 due to their attitude towards the province.
According to the amended law, "a body or person who encourages any sort of boycott of Israel or Israeli institutions simply for being Israeli is liable to be sued for 100,000 shekels [$28,280] without proof of damages, and for 500,000 shekels [$142,500] if tangible damage is proven to have been caused.
In the official application forms, the city of Dickinson, Texas, is requiring anyone asking for Hurricane Harvey rebuilding funds to fill an item titled "Verification not to Boycott Israel," which reads: By executing this Agreement below, the Applicant verifies hat the Applicant: (1) does not boycott Israel; and (2) will not boycott Israel during the term of this Agreement", New Arab reported.
As per reports, people all over the country have started the tomato boycott campaign after an increase in the prices from time to time.
And Boycott responded on Twitter, accepting his comments were "unacceptable" and "clearly wrong".
Boycott was alleged to have said knighthoods were handed out like "confetti" to West Indies cricketers, including Sir Viv Richards, Sir Garfield Sobers and Sir Curtly Ambrose.
Opponents of the boycott scrambled to organize a counter-session, outside the regular convention programming.
On the consumer behavior subject, the boycott is the act of stopping to buy products or services from a company if one does not agree with a specific action, or even with the whole set of actions taken by a company (Friedman, 1999; Klein, Smith & John, 2004).
The strike, called the Great Grape Boycott, eventually garnered national media attention and a personal visit from Senator Robert Kennedy.
In remarks to KUNA, Walid Al-Hammadi, the head of Israel's boycott bureau at Kuwait Finance Ministry's custom general directorate, stressed on necessity of maintaining support for the Arab boycott officers.
The Boycott, Divest and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel is in the news - again.
The silence of Philippine media organizations on the call of an international press group to boycott Rodrigo Duterte's news briefings may have been one of the factors which pushed the president-elect to shun the media throughout the duration of his term, his spokesperson said on Wednesday.
Boycott movements are often one of the most effective anticonsumption tactics used against companies that engage in practices deemed unethical or unjustified.
The Young Turks and the Boycott Movement: Nationalism, Protest and the Working Classes in the Formation of Modern Turkey