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AcronymDefinition
UMWAUnited Mine Workers of America (aka United Mine Workers Association)
UMWAUganda Media Women's Association (est. 1983)
UMWAUnited Muslim Women's Association
UMWAUpper Mississippi Waterways Association
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Immediately after organizing UMWA Local 547 in Lethbridge, Peter Patterson met with P.
This raised serious questions about use of the UMWA index, since Redled sales are predominantly limited to Texas.
And finally, miner and steelworker patients were fairly evenly distributed across physicians in the practice both before and after UMWA cost sharing.
the UMWA represents more coal miners than any union in the world.
But Fishback fails to mention that many employers even worked with the UMWA to avoid the more radical demands of the anticapitalist Industrial Workers of the World, known as the Wobblies.
District Court decision in favor of Arch, we have put forth a good faith offer to the UMWA for a settlement that would resolve all pending and potential legal claims brought by the UMWA, and we are in discussions with them on a potential resolution," said Robert G.
The WFM represented miners on both sides of the border until 1903, when the UMWA moved in.
Additionally, the agreements will result in funding for the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA)-sponsored Voluntary Employee Beneficiary Association (VEBA) trust of more than $400 million to provide healthcare coverage for UMWA retirees.
McLachlan's battles with the American UMWA leadership, particularly the dictatorial John L.
A third affiliate, Wabash Mine Holding Company (Wabash), also reached agreement with the UMWA on the effects of the closure of the Wabash Mine in southern Illinois.
23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Peabody Energy (NYSE: BTU) today announced that the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) had previously rejected an offer in settlement of all claims with the UMWA, payable over 15 years, which could also have been used to provide 3,100 Patriot Coal retirees with lifetime healthcare benefits comparable to those of Peabody's active corporate employees.
Then she joined the staff at the UMWA as a writer/photographer during the early Trumka years.