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  • 1 labor for — index attempt, pursue (strive to gain), strive Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 Labor spies — are persons recruited or employed for the purpose of gathering intelligence, committing sabotage, sowing dissent, or engaging in other similar activities, typically within the context of an employer/labor organization relationship.Some of the… …

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  • 3 Labor induction — Intervention ICD 9 CM 73.0 73.1 Labor induction is a method of artificially or prematurely stimulating …

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  • 4 Labor certification — is a United States of America immigration concept. There are several options available to US employers who wish to hire foreign, non immigrant workers on a temporary but long term basis: H 1B visas, L 1 visas, TN status and other options. These… …

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  • 5 Labor history (discipline) — Labor history (or labour history) is a broad field of study concerned with the development of the labor movement and the working class. The central concerns of labor historians include the development of labor unions, strikes, lockouts and… …

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  • 6 labor certification — A required procedure for many foreign nationals who have a job offer from a U.S. employer and want to use it to apply for U.S. permanent residence (a green card). In most cases, the job offer alone is not enough to qualify the potential immigrant …

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  • 7 LABOR — Jewish Labor Organizations IN THE PRE STATE PERIOD Since the last decades of the 19th century, a number of sporadic labor associations have arisen in agriculture and in the printing, clothing, and building trades, as well as groups limited to a… …

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  • 8 Labor theory of value — The labor theories of value (LTV) are theories in economics according to which the values of commodities are related to the labor needed to produce them.There are many different accounts of labor value, with the common element that the value of… …

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  • 9 LABOR — In the Bible and Apocrypha The Bible regards labor as human destiny and an aspect of the order of heaven and earth and all therein. According to Genesis 2:5, a condition of the creation of plant life was the presence of a human being to cultivate …

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  • 10 Labor camp — A labor camp is a simplified detention facility where inmates are forced to engage in penal labor. Labor camps have many common aspects with slavery and with prisons. Conditions at labor camps vary widely depending on the operators. Labor camps… …

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  • 11 Labor Ready — Infobox Company company company name = Labor Ready, Inc.| industry = Employment Services company type = public (NYSE: [http://www.nyse.com/about/listed/lcddata.html?ticker=TBI TBI] ) foundation = Kent, Washington 1989 location = Tacoma,… …

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  • 12 labor — I noun 1. a social class comprising those who do manual labor or work for wages (Freq. 20) there is a shortage of skilled labor in this field • Syn: ↑labour, ↑working class, ↑proletariat • Derivationally related forms: ↑ …

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  • 13 labor — la|bor1 [ leıbər ] noun *** 1. ) uncount all the workers in a particular country, industry, or company considered as a group: the declining demand for labor in agriculture a plentiful supply of cheap labor skilled/unskilled labor: The demand for… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 14 labor — 01. My wife was in [labor] for 10 hours before finally giving birth to our twin girls. 02. The [labor] of weeding the garden was too much for his weak back. 03. Her grandfather [labored] in the coal mines for over 40 years before dying of lung… …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 15 labor — laboringly, adv. laborless, adj. /lay beuhr/, n. 1. productive activity, esp. for the sake of economic gain. 2. the body of persons engaged in such activity, esp. those working for wages. 3. this body of persons considered as a class… …

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  • 16 labor — la•bor [[t]ˈleɪ bər[/t]] n. 1) productive activity, esp. for the sake of economic gain 2) the body of persons engaged in such activity, esp. those working for wages 3) this body of persons considered as a class (distinguished from management). 4) …

    From formal English to slang

  • 17 labor — a labor of love easy false labor hard menial migrant organized painstaking performlabor physical productive prolonged protracted seasonal …

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  • 18 labor — n 1. work, employment, job, occupation, living, livelihood, means of support. 2. toil, travail, sweat of one s brow, moil, drudgery, grind, menial work; hard work or toil, hard labor, slavery; exertion, effort, strain, struggle, laboriousness,… …

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  • 19 labor relations acts — The statutes, state and federal, which purport to regulate the relation between capital and labor for the purpose of avoiding industrial disputes and strikes. The National Labor Relations Act, known as the Wagner Act, of 1935 and the Labor… …

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  • 20 Labor history of the United States — involves the history of organized labor, as well as the more general history of working people in the United States of America. Pressures dictating the nature and power of organized labor have included the evolution and power of the corporation,… …

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