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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.

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see JOB.
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When analyzing the median income by county ("County-Level Population Data for Kentucky: Percent Change in Population, 2000-10," 2011), the areas which are underrepresented by WOB, and that have lower presence of small-owned businesses are those with median income below $37,500 (Figure 7).
45 N-m/kg under conditions, while the mean maximum flexion moment for the arthritic knee WOB was significantly diminished to 0.
By incorporating the RBV's main arguments with the empirical findings showing superiority of MOB over WOB in some financial performance measures (Boden and Nucci, 2000; Ciavarella, Buchholtz, Riordan, Gatewood and Stokes, 2004; Cuba, Decenzo and Anish, 1983), one could suggest that the competencies or performance of women entrepreneurs in upholding their businesses' performance are less effective, comparatively, than men's.
The effort eventually led to the creation of The Women's Financial Group (WFG), a separate profit center for the WOB segment, designed with the ultimate goal of giving women the confidence to go into any bank anywhere to seek financing for their business.
Indeed, at the pre-bid conference, the bank's construction consultants were thrilled to see a genuine WOB among the bidders.
If the sensitivity level is not set sensitive enough, WOB will be increased, as the patient struggles to initiate a breath.
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When similar measures were introduced in Australia, where WOB was founded, the number of women on boards rose from eight per cent to 15 per cent on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) 100 and most companies there now show how many women they employ at each level.
It has long been observed that the DR generally increases with increasing Q [5], WOB [6], RPM [6] and fractional bit tooth height.
Animals weighting 10kg and above had significantly higher body weight, WOH and WOB (p<0.
German system integration partner WOB Interactive AG supervised the development and implementation of the new portal in conjunction with BroadVision Global Services.