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sewing:

see needleworkneedlework,
work done with a needle, either plain sewing, mending, or ornamental work such as embroidery, quilting, smocking, hemstitching, fagoting, some kinds of lace making (see lace), patchwork, and appliqué.
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What does it mean when you dream about sewing?

A dream about sewing can be about creating something new or about repairing something than has been torn. We also talk about “sewing something up,” meaning to assure the success of something. (See also Knitting).

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It organizes rickshaw pullers, construction workers, informal laborers, railway, jute mill and garment workers, rice farmers and others.
That is--the minimum monthly wage earned by garment workers in China.
Garment workers were ordered to return the next day - and the building collapsed.
After California passed AB 633, these garment worker advocates formed a coalition with other advocates from legal services groups to develop strategies on how to use AB 633 to improve the working conditions for garment workers.
Similar scenes of cheated and abused garment workers have been reported recently in Southern California, Boston, Maryland and New York City:
com has a unique benefit- 25% of the net profits go back to the garment workers as a profit share , in addition to their regular salaries.
Since Wednesday, tens of thousands of garment workers in hundreds of factories have walked out of work in protest against the low wage hike for 2014.
Bender analyses "the United States's first anti-sweatshop campaign," (3) focusing on Jewish ladies' garment workers in New York City and the union they created, the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union [ILGWU].
Find more information by contacting the Garment Worker Center at (213) 380-8813, or online at www.
DHAKA, Bangladesh, April 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Today, April 24th, on the one-year anniversary of the collapse of the Rana Plaza garment factory in Bangladesh which claimed 1,135 lives, tens of thousands of Bangladeshi garment workers took to the streets of Dhaka, joined by trade unions from Canada.
On Friday, garment worker Reshma Begum was found alive in the rubble, having survived after finding dry food and water in the wreckage.
Police officers charge towards a garment worker during a protest in Dhaka yesterday.