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Work

1. To perform a task, especially in exchange for compensation or the potential for profit. Working is necessary for any economy to function.

2. See: Job.

work

see JOB, LABOUR, WORK ORGANIZATION, SOCIOLOGY OF WORK, HOMEWORKING, DOMESTIC LABOUR.

work

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The purpose of Study 1 was to re-analyze the PROVE Humility workbook data from Lavelock et al.
Open the workbook with the November figures on the other computer and save a copy as November.
WorkBook Software's cloud-based solution is delivered either hosted on premise or via our cloud datacenters, offers a fresh, simple and easy user interface in HTML 5 that can be accessed on any web-browser, any device or any platform.
Save the single worksheet workbook as an Excel Template in the XLSTART folder named Sheet.
To address these concerns, the Long Island Cooperative Extension viticulture farm advisor worked with the winegrowers to publish a sustainable winegrowing practices workbook in 2003.
Anxiety Workbook for Teens: Activities to Help You Deal with Anxiety & Worry by Lisa M.
Clearly, there are a number of questions to be begged: 1) Why does this workbook have so much wasted space?
Fraley realizes that one size does not fit all and encourages participants to use the parts of the workbook that are helpful to them.
As noted by the authors, a small difficulty here might be the workbook outstripping the textbooks in its up-to-date information, a problem they deal with as a teachable moment, explaining that many other such fossil species may yet remain to be found.
Beginning Italian, Workbook & Laboratory Manual.
Libertowski of NACS, which represents 3,200 of 4,800 college bookstores, says, "We've seen a lot of increasing legislation on the state levels--proposed caps on the cost of textbooks, or [requirements for] putting the ISBNs and reading lists online [before classes start], or unbundling the textbooks from the CDs and workbooks.