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In addition, the owners are also wanting continuity as the league and its players seem headed for a possible strike or lockout when the current 10-year deal expires in 2021.
The uncertainty of the NFL in the summer of 2011 lockout, however, prompted Bighill to choose a different direction.
Others are central: The bill’s idea to replace the individual mandate, a six month lockout period, is now scrapped.
Earlier in his career, with some NBA interest percolating back home, he was forced to choose between guaranteed money on the table in China and a shot at the NBA, but an impending lockout loomed overhead.
Among the one-year bests should be the Indians' Albert Belle, who scowled and cussed his way to 50 homers in a 144-game, lockout-shortened season in 1995.
And DYRS can help with more than trimming hedges — as was evidenced by a lockout scare Saturday at the house after Bowser had departed.
A giant reverse-lockout trigger on the backside of the shifter is more distracting and odd than a fidget spinner, and the shifter’s action and feel are more utilitarian than pleasing.
The rule would replace Obamacare’s tax penalty for people who choose not to buy insurance, but Paul would allow insurance companies to impose their own lockout provision without a government mandate.
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