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  • noun Plural form of unemployment.


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  • The world is a mess, economy is a fiasco. unemployments, madness and homeless.

    Bush takes aim at Obama policies 2009

  • Because once you let the time pass, you can't get unemployments for the weeks where you didn't put a file in.

    CNN Transcript May 9, 2009 2009

  • -More likely details from Obama's upcoming budget trickle out: The administration wants to widen the pool of wages on which companies must pay unemployments taxes on to ease the burden of overladen state budgets. Top Stories Adam Sorensen 2011

  • The Central Valley is the breadbasket of the country, and in some areas of the valley, unemployments is nearly 20% with the U6 over 40%. Top headlines 2011

  • Griswold insists he only stumbled upon the rule after calling the agency after receiving a letter last month from the workforce agency explaining that he had a certain amount of unemployments checks left with the state. Stories Nadia Vanderhoof 2010

  • Large-scale unemployments during massive economic busts were common. kokonut 2010

  • I am writing to clarify some erroneous impressions in the Feb. 14 article about unemployments claims. - RSS 2010

  • In other words, for every year we extend the over $250,000 tax cuts, extend the unemployments benefits for the exact same length of time.

    Breaking News: CBS News 2010

  • * National Review's symposium on black unemployments will feature

    Blogrunner 2010

  • * National Review's symposium on black unemployments will feature

    Blogrunner 2010


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