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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"They are the professionals their companies turn to with their most important or challenging projects because their contributions and hard work lead to superior results.
HRH Crown Prince lauded the achievement that promoted Bahrain standing in the Arab forum, saying ambition and hard work lead to upgrading educational services under the royal reforms.
"A decision has still to be made as to disposal - whether a referral to the Early and Effective Intervention Co-ordinator - a multi-agency team with a social work lead - or a police report to the Scottish Children's Reporter Administrator."
Will their work lead to an unintended consequence like the extinction of humanity?
Tenders are invited for Supply And Installation Of Plasma Cutting Machine, With Suitable Hand Cutting Torch, Lead, Work Lead, Consumable Starter Kit, With Suitable Compressor, Air Filter & Drier System.
Road work leads to closures on Route 22 in Lake Barrington
Johnny Vegas as a grubby guest house owner greets them sporting an alarming gold lame dressing gown, and the squabbling siblings' detective work leads them to gatecrash an engagement party, which leads to scenes of sniggering embarrassment.
[USA], June 23 (ANI): Stressful day at work leads to binge-eating at night.
The official gloss - that insecurity at work leads to more jobs - is questionable.
Beginning with an introduction to infiniband technology and proceeding through system planning, installation, configuration, operations and performance monitoring, the work leads the systems designer or network manager through the basic steps of configuring this low latency fiber optic technology.
Divided into chapters geographically, the work leads the reader through England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland describing historical landmarks, natural features and cultural concepts and events.
Their work leads, on average, to children gaining six months in their reading age after ten weeks of support by a Reading Friend.