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Thu Oct 16 18:03:51 2014 UTClccn-n851480330.10Waking the dead0.650.98The Irish worker An t-oibriḋe gaoḋlaċ69753126James_Larkinn 8514803334239421446176Larkin, Big Jim 1876-1947Larkin, JimLarkin, Jim 1876-1947lccn-n79092609Larkin, Emmet J.1927-np-gaskell, lucyGaskell, Lucylccn-no95042070Daniels, Phil1958-viaf-308287239Avery, Charlottelccn-no2009103518Goose, Claire1975-lccn-n83042347Glover, Julian1935-lccn-no2010029521Johnson, Wil1965-lccn-no97017622BBC Worldwide Americas, Inclccn-n83216976Irish Transport and General Workers' Unionlccn-no2007068121Reynolds, Paul1970-Larkin, James1876-1947DramaBiographyHistoryHandbooks, manuals, etcChurch historyPeriodicalsFilm adaptationsNewspapersLarkin, James,IrelandLabor unionsIreland--DublinDublin Lockout (Ireland : 1913)Irish Transport and General Workers' UnionLabor movementStrikes and lockouts--Transport workersCold cases (Criminal investigation)EnglandCriminal behaviorSerial murderersSerial murder investigationBomb threatsSadomasochistsStrikes and lockoutsNorthern Ireland--BelfastLabor unions--OrganizingLabor leadersStevedores' Strike (Belfast, Northern Ireland :Workers' Union of IrelandLabor unions--Officials and employeesIrish Congress of Trade UnionsFoundingBrass foundingCommunismCommunistsRadicalsIndustriesSocial historyWorking classMacedonian questionGuinness (Firm)Brewery workers--Labor unionsLarkin familyLarkin, James,Metal-workIrish Transport and General Workers' Union.--Executive CommitteeIrishUnited StatesCriminal investigationGreat BritainTelevision seriesMaigret, Jules (Fictitious character)New York (State)--New YorkTrials (Anarchy)Labor disputesTelevision mini-seriesLabor union membersReligion18761947188118831885188718921899190719091910191319141919192019221923192419251927193019431944194619471949195519561957195819601963196419651966196819751976197719781982198319851987198919921994199519971998199920002001200220042005200620072008200920102011201220132753124221791.4575HD8393.L3ocn060531074ocn753747015ocn7536627102571ocn496023958visu20100.13Waking the deadDramaChief Inspector Boyd and his team are back to reopen the files of more cold cases. A spectral leader calling himself 'The Shepherd' is inciting vulnerable women to commit murder; a sadomasochistic killer is counting off his victims, leaving the word 'sorry' carved into their skin; and the discovery of an unexploded bomb threatens to bring unforeseen upheaval to the team+-+542433469632416033ocn001325726book18530.82Larkin, JamesThe practical brass and iron founder's guide; a treatise on brass founding, moulding, the metals and their alloys, etcHandbooks, manuals, etc281ocn008727738book19240.88The Attempt to smash the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union : a report of the actions in the law courts, with an historical introduction and appendix of unpublished documents from 1911 to 1923231ocn010832130book19470.96Larkin, JamesIreland and the Irish in the U.S.A.185ocn025743284serial0.86The Irish workerPeriodicalsNewspapers171ocn496322415visu20100.10Waking the deadDramaChief Inspector Boyd and his team are back to reopen the files of more cold cases. A spectral leader calling himself 'The Shepherd' is inciting vulnerable women to commit murder; a sadomasochistic killer is counting off his victims, leaving the word 'sorry' carved into their skin; and the discovery of an unexploded bomb threatens to bring unforeseen upheaval to the team+-+5424334696324161ocn496321942visu20100.10Waking the deadDramaChief Inspector Boyd and his team are back to reopen the files of more cold cases. A spectral leader calling himself 'The Shepherd' is inciting vulnerable women to commit murder; a sadomasochistic killer is counting off his victims, leaving the word 'sorry' carved into their skin; and the discovery of an unexploded bomb threatens to bring unforeseen upheaval to the team+-+5424334696324161ocn496322414visu20100.10Waking the deadDramaChief Inspector Boyd and his team are back to reopen the files of more cold cases. A spectral leader calling himself 'The Shepherd' is inciting vulnerable women to commit murder; a sadomasochistic killer is counting off his victims, leaving the word 'sorry' carved into their skin; and the discovery of an unexploded bomb threatens to bring unforeseen upheaval to the team+-+5424334696324141ocn671004098visu20100.10Maigret.$h[videorecording]Drama"Pipe-smoking Chief Inspector Maigret is one of this century's classic fictional sleuths. The sardonic but compassionate Commissaire, with his unique brand of cool appraisal, never fails to pierce straight to the heart of crime"--Container133ocn005921041book19130.96Larkin, JamesLarkin's scathing indictment of Dublin sweaters113ocn031855268serial0.66The Irish worker and people's advocatePeriodicals111ocn025586825serial0.93The harp112ocn025743471serial0.98The Irish worker An t-oibriḋe gaoḋlaċ92ocn025743416serial0.88The workerPeriodicals83ocn491788375book19600.33Iwanow, BReligion in the USSRChurch history61ocn602749950book19580.92Slijepčević, Đoko MThe Macedonian question; the struggle for southern Serbia52ocn057223450book18490.47Larkin, JamesLeisure moments: a collection of miscellaneous poems+-+181436289652ocn026270954book19490.86Larkin, JamesA common loyalty; the bridge to unity. Presidential address to fifty-fifth annual meeting of the Irish Trade Union Congress, held in Belfast, 27-29th July, 194951ocn864557879visu20100.10MaigretDramaFilm adaptations"Pipe-smoking Chief Inspector Maigret is one of this century's classic fictional sleuths. The sardonic but compassionate Commissaire, with his unique brand of cool appraisal, never fails to pierce straight to the heart of crime"--Container42ocn557341726book18920.10Larkin, JamesThe Practical Brass and Iron Founder's Guide ... A new ... edition66210ocn000236713book19650.70Larkin, Emmet JJames Larkin. Irish labour leader, 1876-1947History2325ocn000832794book19570.82Fox, Richard MichaelJim Larkin; the rise of the undermanBiography2195ocn013332204book19850.82Gray, JohnCity in revolt : James Larkin & the Belfast dock strike of 19071905ocn085767288visu20040.19Plunkett, JamesStrumpet CityDramaFilm adaptationsRecreates the era of the Dublin Lockout of 1913, one of the country's most famous and devastating labor uprisings, with a memorable cast of fictional characters from all walks of life and the real-life figure of Irish labor hero Jim Larkin1022ocn048978717book20020.93O'Connor, EmmetJames LarkinHistoryBiography+-+0488364036926ocn004719805book19140.82Wright, ArnoldDisturbed Dublin, the story of the great strike of 1913-14, with a description of the industries of the Irish capital843ocn040783077book19980.90Nevin, DonalJames Larkin, lion of the foldHistoryBiographyPresents a compilation of writings by and about one of the greatest of all Irish labour leaders. This illustrated book offers a well-documented compilation of the life of Larkin. It takes in a fantastic range of opinion on Larkin, a lot of history of the early Irish Labour Movement, intertwining a lot of old poetry and song from the time too+-+3906962625324703ocn045593497book20000.77Yeates, PadraigLockout : Dublin 1913History"At 9.40 am on Tuesday, 26th August 1913 the trams stopped running in Dublin. Striking conductors and drivers, members of the Irish Transport and General Workers Union, abandoned their vehicles. They had refused a demand from their employer, William Martin Murphy of the Dublin United Transport Company, to forswear union membership or face dismissal. The company then locked them out. Within a month, the charismatic union leader, James Larkin, had called out thousands of workers across the city in sympathetic action. This titanic struggle was played out in the city with the worst slums and the greatest poverty of any capital in northern Europe. By January 1914 the union had lost the battle, lacking the resources for a long campaign. The labour movement lost influence in the revolutionary events of the following years. But in the long run, it won the war; 1913 meant that there was no going back to the horrors of pre-Larkin Dublin. This survey shows why."--Jacket501ocn784581233book20120.92Duffy, MartinThe trade union pint : the unlikely union of Guinness and the LarkinsHistoryConsidered the best employers in Ireland, if not the world, Guinness cared for their workers with good wages, health care, cultural events, and practical assistance. This is the story of two families and their allies. They were the most unlikely of partners: model employers renowned for their standard of care for their staff, and the sons and leaders of a trade union established by a man whose vision for Irish workers had brought the first open conflict between employer and employee in Ireland361ocn003314388book19550.90Plunkett, JamesBig Jim : a play for radioDrama341ocn855540647book20130.70McConville, RoryBig Jim : Jim Larkin and the 1913 LockoutHistoryComic books, strips, etc"On August 26th 1913, the trams of Dublin stopped. The Great Dublin Lockout had begun. Over the next four months, James Larkin would lead the workers of Dublin against William Martin Murphy and the Employers Federation in a conflict that would change the face of Irish industrial relations. Dublin was brought to its knees by the food shortages and the aftermath of Bloody Sunday. As winter approached, Larkin led his Fiery Cross campaign to England, hoping to rally the entire United Kingdom to strike in support of the Irish workers"--From publisher's website322ocn034656440book19950.86Larkin, JamesIn the footsteps of Big Jim : a family biographyHistoryBiography305ocn029862473book19630.74Deasy, JosephFiery cross; the story of Jim LarkinBiography211ocn004989154book19640.88Nevin, Donal1913 : Jim Larkin and the Dublin lock-out192ocn004318830book19760.90Larkin, JamesThe American trial of Big Jim Larkin, 1920181ocn864090546book20130.97Newsinger, JohnJim Larkin and the great Dublin lockout of 1913161ocn847542392book20130.56Hunt, Gerry1913 : Larkin's labour warComic books, strips, etcGraphic novels151ocn085767289visu20070.14Strumpet CityDramaFilm adaptationsRecreates the era of the Dublin Lockout of 1913, one of the country's most famous and devastating labor uprisings, with a memorable cast of fictional characters from all walks of life and the real-life figure of Irish labor hero Jim Larkin151ocn085767291visu20070.14Strumpet CityDramaRecreates the era of the Dublin Lockout of 1913, one of the country's most famous and devastating labor uprisings, with a memorable cast of fictional characters from all walks of life and the real-life figure of Irish labor hero Jim Larkin151ocn085767290visu20070.14Strumpet CityDramaRecreates the era of the Dublin Lockout of 1913, one of the country's most famous and devastating labor uprisings, with a memorable cast of fictional characters from all walks of life and the real-life figure of Irish labor hero Jim Larkin+-+5424334696324+-+5424334696324Thu Oct 16 15:00:12 EDT 2014batch24604