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Synonyms for teamster

the driver of a team of horses doing hauling

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someone who drives a truck as an occupation

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She experienced a thrill of wickedness as she thought of what Sarah would say could she see her now, Only he wasn't a prizefighter, but a teamster.
Three Teamster members were killed and two were wounded in the shooting.
Some members reacted to their fallen hero's legal troubles by defending him--not unlike Teamster loyalists who closed ranks thirty-five years ago around Jimmy Hoffa, whose son lost to Carey in 1996 in a now-overturned election.
Truck drivers make up the bulk of Teamster members, but workers in brewing, warehousing, construction, and a wide variety of other industries look to the Teamsters for representation.
4 million Teamster members, I want to congratulate them on joining the growing movement of public service workers nationwide seeking Teamster power.
The successful Teamster strike at UPS gave a huge boost to the labor movement, which had suffered one lost strike after another--from PATCO to Hormel to Staley to Caterpillar to Bridgestone/Firestone.
Look at it this way: on average, from 1979 to 1984, a Teamster official was indicted by federal authorities every eight days.
The candidates will debate before a live audience of Teamster members.
The Teamster public sector bargaining model combines professional experience with member activism," said Michael Filler, Director of the Teamsters Public Services Division.
Striking Southern California grocery workers pulled back pickets at regional distribution centers Friday to allow Teamster drivers to resume deliveries that were halted a week ago.
This type of campaign was waged by lead Teamster organizer Marty Keegan against the San Diego Union Tribune when that paper refused to meet union demands.
Now that we have won our Teamster representation we are going to win the fair contract that our families need.
Instead, Anheuser-Busch threatened to shove down Teamster members' throats a contract that they voted against.
There are more than 200,000 Teamster members working in the warehouse industry nationwide who ensure the timely delivery of perishables.
The final offer will be put to a membership vote by a mail ballot, and the negotiating committee will urge the Teamster members to vote it down, the union said.