back work

back work

[′bak ‚wərk]
(mining engineering)
Any kind of operation in a mine not immediately concerned with production or transport; literally, work behind the face, such as repairs to roads.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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But the good news is that local firms such as RDM in Coventry and Brandauer in Birmingham are all winning back work. In the latter case, Brandauer has successfully won work that had previously been sub-contracted to Europe and China, across a range of sectors including the medical, space, safety and auto sectors.
She was set to support Katy on her upcoming live dates but as her broken foot is not recovering as doctors would like, the medics have told her to scale back work committments.
Charlotte's got these endless legs, so I've taken out a lot of the back work and put in a lot of extensions, playing into her strengths."
Make sure that abdominal and low back work is performed anterior to posterior (front to back), laterally, and rotationally.
The women in this book prefer working to staying home, and they have mostly made arrangements to scale back work when their children are young--going part time, or dropping out of school, or relying on the support of husbands and extended family during a period of unemployment.
Blinderman, who ran Semaphore, had to post reward notices around the neighborhood and buy back work from junkies.
But you do need to maintain a balance between your abdominal and back work, so don't forget the Fab Ab exercises in next week's Health Wales.
They prepared to re- deploy workers, run some on a skeleton staff, retired staff back work or move clinical out of administration Health officials have said that swine flu in has now so uncontainable there is no point more schools.
Tory leader David Cameron is reportedly planning to ban his top team taking second jobs, or at least to demand they scale back work.