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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

see JOB.
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62 nato brass cups, the material A workman ship of bag as per specn.
Mark Wilson's notes (new for this release incidentally, not simply a reprint of the 1976 LP sleeve notes) state that 'I Want to Go Where Things Are Beautiful' is an otherwise unknown gospel number, while 'Little David Play Your Harp', although widely known from both white and black tradition, is sung by Nimrod and Molly Workman in a version quite unlike any other the collector had encountered.
Things between Ariel and her mother took a turn for the worse in October, when Workman reportedly caught her daughter in bed with her 18-year-old boyfriend, Disney actor Cameron Palatas.
We ask everyone to work as an owner," Workman said.
In 2007, Workman was recognized as Humanitarian of the Year by ASCEND, a Humanitarian Alliance.
In his stunning new book, Workman describes pragmatic survival strategies, like wringing moisture from melons and delicately tapping tiny pools hidden under dry soil.
Workman, who is jobless and claiming income support, admitted having the cannabis in his house.
Prosecutor Megan Topliss said Workman, from Dumfries Street, Aberdare, and Miss Day had kept touch since their split in 2000 after eight years of marriage.
Workman points out that nearly 800 exhibitors annually fill more than I million square feet of indoor exhibit space at the Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center.
This wasn't the first time that Workman interrupted her studies for a volcano.
Officers have analysed the life and background of Lieutenant Colonel Workman -who was known to his friends as Riley -in detail.
Police say the person who made the 999 call could be the killer, or a relative of the killer of 83-year-old Lieutenant Colonel Robert Workman.