Picket Line

A picket line is a horizontal rope, along which horses are tied at intervals. The rope can be on the ground, at chest height (above the knees, below the neck), or overhead. The overhead form usually is called a high line.

A variant of a high line, used to tie a single horse, is a horizontal pole attached high on the side of a horse trailer. The attachment is designed so that the pole can be removed or folded against the trailer when not in use.

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Dollar Sweets Dispute - The Dispute
... On 22 July 1985 a picket line was established by the sacked workers outside the Dollar Sweets factory ... The picket line remained for 143 days, with the company refusing to reinstate the workers ... At one point phone and telex lines were cut to the factory with Telecom workers refusing to cross the picket line to repair the services ...
Strike Action - Strikebreakers
... not on strike – is known as crossing the picket line, regardless of whether it involves actually physically crossing a line of picketing strikers ... Crossing a picket line can result in passive and/or active retaliation against that working person ... They argue that the picket line is symbolic of a wound and those who break its borders to return to work are the scabs who bond that wound ...
1987 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Season - Regular Season - 1987 Players' Strike
... These 'scab' players were in some cases regular players who crossed the picket line, but were usually players who had previously failed to make an NFL team ... The only regular Buccaneer to cross the picket line was center Dan Turk, although three inactive players crossed the picket line by receiving treatment for their injuries ...

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