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The lockout was lifted shortly after Pegg was taken into custody.
Bush may not have left on his own terms after being traded to the Dolphins shortly after the end of the 2011 lockout.
Stop just short of lockout to keep tension in the muscle, and hold the movement at the bottom before fluidly returning to the original position.
Manufacturers of cars and phones alike will need to better foresee misuses that spring from our erroneous beliefs, and provide more detailed warnings about how things might go wrong when lockout safety features aren’t possible.
Smith was the union’s negotiator in the last Collective Bargaining Agreement, which was only ratified after a player lockout.
The last time teams averaged more than three goals per game was in 2005-06, the first season after losing a year to a lockout.
In December 2011, shortly after the NBA lockout ended, Howard requested a trade from Orlando to Brooklyn; after eight months the Magic shipped him to L.A., a merciful end to a long-running saga that damaged everyone involved.
Remember, just a month ago, these groups couldn’t agree on which direction the sun rises, with trust fractured through the 2011 lockout, Bountygate, Deflategate, and a cadre of other botched disciplinary proceedings.
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