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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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Final design, execution and execution of all works and supplies as needed to run and give fully completed in a workmanlike manner and fully functional works for the realization of the works of Intervention of accomplishment new primary school Anne Frank and multipurpose gym Via Torino through demolition and reconstruction with expansion of existing buildings.
NEED TO IMPROVE Hughes' side are workmanlike and effective at set-pieces, but need a 20-goal-aseason forward.
Giving Calling You an 11lb penalty for what looked a workmanlike success at Dundalk on Friday, and then giving Thrilled To Bits 10lb for her impressive success at Cork on Sunday, are cases in point, but he mostly seems to be right in the end.
It's hard to imagine Jezki, himself only workmanlike on his comeback, beating him, but OUR CONOR could be a different proposition.
Last night it was the turn of British-based Georgian Irakli Grigali, whose performance was solid and workmanlike, but stopped somewhat short of sending a tingle down the spine.
The slightly workmanlike Tesco (***) product, which was the priciest of the bunch at 65p, had good texture but locked flavour.
I thought there would be big celebrations after winning last weekend but there wasn't, it was just a workmanlike acknowledgment.
On a decidedly more chilly evening another nine-goal epic was always a distant dream but that will not perturb Boro boss Gareth Southgate, whose workmanlike side were full value for their points.
Hereford's workmanlike display stopped a run of five successive away defeats, but Brighton had a strong penalty appeal waved away late on when Joe Anyinsah tumbled over.
I found them workmanlike, I thought their interiors were functional without being fussy, and overall offered good value for money.
The flight attendants did a workmanlike job at distributing the beverages, but you surely didn't get even an inkling of, say, the Southwest experience, an experience, in part, that goes a long way to explain the success that that airline is receiving.
Brian Hicks has done a workmanlike job of reviewing all that is really known about the Mary Celeste, thoroughly studied all of the theories, and arrived at his own conclusions in a systematic manner.