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UNISON

Health Services and Public Sector Union. Britain and Europe's biggest public sector union, which has over one-million members working in public bodies or for private contractors to provide public services, including front-line staff and managers in local authorities, the NHS, police, colleges and schools, electricity, gas and water industries, transport and the voluntary sector.
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A city council source said: "There have been suspicions for a while that some people in Unison were helping SWP members - this would suggest that there is some kind of link.
She learned that male Asian fireflies gather by the thousands in trees, flashing on and off in unison.
At first stiff-legged and knock-kneed, they become increasingly animated until they turn into a crowd of drunks rhythmically crawling in unison.
As the levers of the body (arms and legs) work in unison, you must make sure they are swinging and pushing straight down the track rather than at an angle with the lane lines.