extra work

extra work

Any work not included in the contract documents; an extra.
References in classic literature ?
He saw again all the incidents of the long run, not omitting the delay caused by hose-carts and a hook-and-ladder running to a cross- town fire, during which time he and Clancey had joked Jaffers over the dates with various fictitious damsels out of which he had been cheated by the night's extra work.
He experimented with premiums for extra work performed by the black boys, and yearned continually for more of them to put to work.
I hope so,' returned Madame Mantalini; 'our hours are from nine to nine, with extra work when we're very full of business, for which I allow payment as overtime.
But he had done the extra work cheerfully, for his hopes were buoyant again about Hetty.
At Marseilles the owners wrut me: 'Tull extra work un engine-room, sux pounds.
For if you would consider for a moment, you small boys, you would remember that the Cock, where the run ends and the good ale will be going, lies far out to the right on the Dunchurch road, so that every cast you take to the left is so much extra work.
In addition, he acted as teacher at another establishment, and received payment for his services there; and, whenever he had received his fees for this extra work, he would hasten off and purchase more books.
Sylvie Jatrill, a director at the company, said anyone hoping to get extra work will need a DBS check if they're aged 16 or over.
Belo used to marvel at Romeo for his extra work during those days, and when the former teammates faced off for the first time, his admiration for the GlobalPort star remains.
Change Order Proposals, The Owner May Elect To Have Any Extra Work Performed On
We will need to put extra work into it," Rodgers said.
Welbeck, who scored 11 goals in 24 United starts last season but had scored even more goals for England national team in 2012-13, said that he has grown up at the club and been professional all through his career and always does extra work.