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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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Initially, they looked at it and said there was a faulty workmanship issue, but the only thing that was faulty was the work of the threading.
For public hospital building in Malaysia, previous study had identified the building defects that occurred due to workmanship issue during the defect liability period (DLP) are peeling paint, discoloured paint, fungus, ceiling collapse and hair line cracks [8].
The majority of kitchen remodeling costs can be recovered once the home is sold, so long as good quality materials and workmanship are employed.
Paul Carroll, B&Q Homefit business development manager praised Nigel for his "high workmanship standards as well as his helpful outlook and desire to put his customers at the heart of what he does".
The extension that has been built is poorly constructed and there are numerous defects and issues of poor workmanship that I have identified.
The Pride in the Job Awards are organised by the National House Building Council (NHBC) which judged more than 13,000 site managers across the UK on all aspects of their work, including technical skill, quality workmanship and customer service.
In this second part of the series, let's examine whether faulty workmanship is an occurrence as defined in the commercial general liability (CGL) policy.
The team all work hard to deliver a high quality of workmanship throughout the build and are proud of the homes we create.
I recommend you see a sample to fully appreciate the workmanship for yourself.
We have been asked to emphasise that the allegation of poor workmanship did not refer to Cull Dry Lining and Plastering Ltd, which was responsible for all of the plastering partitions and suspended ceilings during the original construction of the Museum of Liverpool.
Three other Barratt North East site managers were also recognised for their quality workmanship at the awards.
The new law references the recent uncertainty caused by Arkansas court decisions over coverage for damages from faulty workmanship.