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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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Alternate Day versus Once Daily Atorvastatin for Primary Prevention of (CHD) in Naive Patients of Dyslipidemia.
It is all about seeking alternate paths which delve into the concept of choosing a path of light versus that of darkness.
Members and alternates newly appointed to serve three-year terms are:
Alternate Health is an international cannabis company, focusing on technology and value-added services in both medical and adult-use markets.
"If you are a dedicated collector or just looking to add a vibrant piece to your memorabilia collection, the Chrome Alternate Collection is sure to catch the attention of football and non-football fans alike," said Michael Oller, Riddell's vice president of consumer products and business development.
From Kashmir Chowk to Serena Hotel all the traffic would be closed, alternate would be Rawal Road to Faizabad, Zero Point, Faisal Avenue Margallah Road.
If the trip will exceed six hours, there has to be an alternate driver and the alternate driver should not be the conductor.]
He said that the fundamental purpose of introducing alternate dispute resolution mechanisms by the LCCI was to help local and foreign companies avoid litigation constraints.
If an alternate missed approach procedure involves a VOR-based route or holding fix, flying it actually may be easier if you use ground-based navigation equipment--the #2 VOR, egad--at least for the initial portion of the missed.
Per 91.169(a) our IFR flight plan must include an alternate airport--we'll call this the "filed alternate"--unless two conditions apply.
Evie Bennell-Low (age 9, from Coventry), Katelyn-Janet Rollason (age 9, from Kidderminster) and Chantelle Jane Tonolete (age 9, from Birmingham) who will alternate the role of The Star.
98-397, resolved the disparity between ERISA and state law by allowing qualified plans subject to ERISA to segregate assets for the benefit of one or more "alternate payees" through a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO), a domestic relations order that meets all the requirements of ERISA and IRC Sec.