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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.
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work

see JOB, LABOUR, WORK ORGANIZATION, SOCIOLOGY OF WORK, HOMEWORKING, DOMESTIC LABOUR.
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work

see JOB.
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Thirdly, notice that we are "his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus".
Parents attributed the collapse of the toilets constructed by the county government to poor workmanship.
Reliable contractors offer workmanship warranties for all of their projects.
Kanye South MP, Mr Abraham Kesupile had asked the minister if she was aware that the Sesung and Selokolela road strips were experiencing a repeat poor workmanship that could result in serious wastage of resources and damage of the roads department and greater suffering to the public.
Carlisle SynTec Systems works with more than 2,900 authorized applicators, and offers awards and other incentives for workmanship and safety.
Mr Mwangi said the move is aimed at eliminating shoddy workmanship and white elephants projects, a trend that is commonplace amongst unscrupulous contractors whose goal is to make quick profits at the expense of taxpayers.The amendment bill will also require every department of the county executive to first consult Embu residents at the ward level before embarking on any development project to establish whether it is a priority for them.
This covers defects in workmanship or material, not wear or misuse of the rod.
S Murray prides itself on the quality of workmanship and customer service at the store but at the same time offers great deals on price.
The man pleaded guilty to six charges under the consumer protection regulations, four in relation to poor workmanship and two for using logos on his website for which he was not entitled to do so.
RM: How are contractors and property owners missing out on faulty workmanship claims?
There are a lot of causes of building defects such as weather, chemical reaction, soil impact, poor design, structural movement, workmanship, lack of maintenance, moisture and site working [4].
In an effort to have the insurance industry become more participatory in repairing defects in construction defect claims, many courts and some legislatures have determined that an "occurrence" includes basic improper workmanship. While this trend is growing, in many jurisdictions an occurrence still does not include defective work itself.