internal work

internal work

[in′tərn·əl ′wərk]
(industrial engineering)
Manual work done by a machine operator while the machine is automatically operating. Also known as fill-up work; inside work.
(thermodynamics)
The work done in separating the particles composing a system against their forces of mutual attraction.
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It was one of the few homesteads that remained still undivided, but even here the dull internal work of disintegration which would inevitably lead to separation had already begun, starting as usual among the women.
Internal work only can be completed while the machine is shut down.
Riyadh, Shawwal 17, Shawwal 1436 AH, August 2, 2015, SPA -- The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) for combating the crimes of laundering, financing of terrorism and the proliferation of arms issued during its third general meeting of the 26th session held in the city of Brisbane in Australia on June 26, 2015, a unanimous resolution approving granting the Kingdom Saudi Arabia an observer seat in the Force as a prelude to obtaining full membership in accordance with the policies and procedures of internal work to join the Force.
The Eid reception ceremony is one of the group celebrations held by the company for its employees under the "we care" activities and events such as Daddy at work allows the children to share their fathers' internal work environment in an atmosphere of fun commensurate with their aspirations.
He said that the among the advantages of the new application, which had been implemented in several Saudi banks during the past six months, was its ability to modernize and develop the mechanisms of carrying out banking tasks in accordance with the rules and regulations of the internal work of the bank mechanism.
Barroso expressed the EU's readiness to support democratic reforms in the country and informed Yatseniuk of the internal work underway on options to assist Ukraine's economic modernisation.
There's also been some internal work where we've redesigned some of the classrooms.
The move follows the efforts exerted by the directorate to develop internal work procedures, enhance services provided to customers, upgrading performance of employees, reduction of cost, saving of time and energy and developing the objectives and policies of total quality.
The meeting also discussed the formation of a working group for the media and a team to set up regulations for the internal work system.
Spencerbeck House, a block of flats taken over by Coast & Country Housing in 2002, had only undergone minimal internal work since it was built three decades ago.
In addition to the existing four-and six-foot cabinets, the 1300 Series A2 line is now available in three- and five-foot widths, maximizing internal work space while minimizing the external footprint.
It confirmed that Connaught served two contracts: one to carry out internal work and another to fit new doors and windows.