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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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Although Trump won House District 47 by a narrow margin in 2016, Workman still enjoyed a comfortable 12-point lead over his Democratic challenger, Ana Jordan.
If confirmed to the FSOC post by the Senate, Workman could be the official with the most ability to talk as a peer with the top U.
Workman has been involved in over $1 billion in deals during his 30 years in the business.
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.
Fazakerley and Workman also believe customer service allows Eagle to keep pace with manufacturing challenges.
In 2007, Workman was recognized as Humanitarian of the Year by ASCEND, a Humanitarian Alliance.
Designer, manufacturer and seller of oil and gas drilling and production equipment and components, National Oilwell Varco Inc (NYSE:NOV) on Friday named Robert Workman as president of Distribution & Transmission.
In his stunning new book, Workman describes pragmatic survival strategies, like wringing moisture from melons and delicately tapping tiny pools hidden under dry soil.
Born and raised in Ohio, Workman received both his Bachelor of Science and Juris Doctor degrees from the Ohio State University.
Yet as Dave Workman the senior pastor of Vineyard Community Church in Cincinnati Ohio predicts in this sometimes humorous and sometimes simplistic book churches in America will become known for their desire to serve others rather than for their self-centered focus on theology or denominational politics.
The British workman today is either leaning on a shovel, walking around with his hands in his pockets, skiving or listening to music.