work face

work face, face side, working face

In carpentry, the first surface to be planed smooth; the surface from which the others are measured or trued.
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However, many people who have managed to get to work face the even more difficult prospect of getting home.
I suggest the government would do the country and industry a great service by solving such basic problems rather than embarking on high-profile conferences, etc which historically usually provide little positive improvements to those toiling at the work face.
GOT OUR FINGER ON A NEW SKILL: Pupils, including Ryan Wilks, right, and Claudia Walker, inset above, show off their work FACE OF INSPIRATION: Former model Katie Piper, left.
Many families are struggling, those who go out to work face increases in childcare costs, rising energy bills and transport and fuel costs.
Those too sick or disabled to work face a time-limit imposed on their benefits, further reducing the amount the Government have to pay out.
He added: "As our economic situation worsens even children whose parents work face bleak times.
CAUGHT ON FILM Artist Carolyn Mendelsohn whose work Face is on show in Hexham Abbey.
Cancer patients returning to work face a dilemma: should they tell prospective employers, or is it better to keep quiet and hope for understanding?
As a result, cancer patients who are returning to work face a dilemma: should they tell prospective employers about their disease or is it better to keep guiet until they get the job?
Those in work face terrible extra transport charges.
Highly professional and complicated operations require the most talented people and they need to work face to face.
TWO-thirds of people currently classed as too sick to work face being forced off disability benefits, it was revealed yesterday.