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works

British term for factory.
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All this means that institutions rarely sanction shows with such juxtapositions--which seem as utterly necessary, motivated by something in each of the works, as they are subjective.
Look on just about any street in Manhattan and you will see renovation work in progress.
The core of a public works conception is problem solving.
The legal profession once perceived the work performed by paralegals to be exempt.
Still, as she works herself sick and makes millions for her firm, accolades and bonuses go to her male colleagues.
He works to heap up abundance and affluence, as if that were the real essence of work in itself; but men play with that abundance too often as pampered poodles play with their kibbles, and do not dance to the music of the spheres where the morning stars sang together in the morning of the world.
The growth of part-time work for women certainly offered material gains for women, but in other spheres, it is hard to see a clear empirical case for any convergence between male and female workers.
Now, she helps organizations develop strategic plans, figure out their missions, and works with staff and volunteer boards to carry out the plans.
Keywords: Indigenization, recontextualization, China, social work development, Basil Bernstein
This work injury can be associated with severe psychological sequelae including anxiety symptoms such as posttraumatic stress symptoms, depression, grief, body image disturbances, and chronic pain.
Tens of thousands of people with HIV want to return to work at least part time but are afraid of losing medical benefits, or losing disability income and then being unable to work in the future.
SEIU locals work to unite working families to improve our communities.