|VERB || to labor | labored | labored|
laboring | labors
|SYNO ||drudging | laboring | labouring | ...|
VERB to infinitive | simple past | past participle
present participle | 3rd person
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- CWIN opened a contact centre in Kathmandu city, right outside the bus terminal, for children migrating into the city for laboring jobs based on their research, "Far Away from Home".
- In 1881 he moved to Texas, settling in the community of Alleyton. Here he worked in farm and railroad laboring jobs.
- Ever eager to reach the masses, he published a newspaper dedicated to the laboring classes, "Los Obreros".
- During the ongoing crisis in Bolivarian Venezuela, domestic airlines are laboring under tremendous difficulties because of hyperinflation and parts shortages.
- Jeremy Waldron believes that Locke has made a category mistake, as only objects can be mixed with other objects and laboring is not an object, but an activity.
- This conference of the Shiromani Akali Dal appeals to the Central and State governments to pay particular attention to the poor and laboring classes and demands that besides making suitable amendments in the Minimum Wages Act, suitable legal steps be taken to improve the economic lot of the laboring class, to enable it to lead respectable life and play a useful role in the rapid industrialization of the country.
- In Bambara, "chi" "wara" means "laboring" "wild animal", and is a representation of Bambara mythos about the creation of farming.
- Before birth pools became readily available there were many stories of women laboring and birthing in re-purposed tub-like products including animal watering troughs.
- According to the American Office of Women's Health, laboring in a tub of warm water, also called hydrotherapy, helps women feel physically supported, and keeps them warm and relaxed.
- Most laboring women will have a social support person present during the antepartum period, however if a woman gives birth in a hospital, the support person will, most likely, not be present during the actual laboring process.
- Janet Casey’s research provides an example of attention to the rural body and material conditions as they relate to predominant images—like “labor, health, childbirth, and childcare” Queer farmers grapple with these assumptions about a female laboring body, but they also grapple with assumptions about the nature-dominating male laboring body.
- "Tom Grogan", by F. Hopkinson Smith (1895.) is a spirited and most entertaining and ingenious study of laboring life in Staten Island, New York.
- argued that the novel was just an example of paternalism aimed at the laboring classes.
- Involuntary servitude or involuntary slavery is a legal and constitutional term for a person laboring against that person's will to benefit another, under some form of coercion, to which it may constitute slavery.
- "Sir Isumbras" is noteworthy among them for a blunt realism of language; while most have the hero performing menial labor, Isumbras is described in detail laboring at a smithy.
- In 1998, Sutton received widespread acclaim for articles exposing corruption in the Marengo County Sheriff's Office; he always credited his wife, Jean, "with laboring over courthouse records".
- In 1866 Godfrey left Montana, worked in laboring jobs in Austin, Nevada; Marysville, California, and San Francisco, then went back to Maine to read law in his father's office in Bangor and become a lawyer.
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