work lead

work lead

[′wərk ‚lēd]
(metallurgy)
The electrical conductor connecting the source of current to the work in arc welding. Also known as ground lead; welding ground.
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Former Men at Work lead singer Colin Hay has just commenced a concert trek that he says is ``the most extensive tour of America I've done in ages - a decade probably.
His work lead to partnerships with Honda Motor Company, The National Safety Council, the US DOT, US EPA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
That work lead to an estimate by Giroux Consultants Ltd.
Their work leads, on average, to children gaining six months in their reading age after ten weeks of support by a Reading Friend.
Burgin's work leads naturally back to Bastide's text, a fascinating document that draws comparisons to Choderlos de Laclos's Les Liaisons dangereuses (1782) and de Sade's La Philosophie dans le boudoir (1795), as well as Roland Barthes's lesson on the techniques of narrative seduction in S/Z (1970).
Speaking of the need for people to receive fair pay for a fair day's work leads me neatly onto the PayPoint saga, which has again reared its ugly head.
The logical conclusion about this research is that the least contact with other human beings in the course of your work leads to a stress free life.
By leaving these elements out, as with all important studies, her focused, clever, and accessible work leads to questions which will certainly elicit further research in this area.
After all, it's not as though hard work leads to pay increases or advancement.
All you really need is a map, for Plecnik's work is unmistakable and one work leads to the next, providing a thread that leads you through the city.
It may be years before the work leads to useful models of human digestive diseases, he concedes.