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in action or full operation

the way in which a machine or other thing performs or functions

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a mine or quarry that is being or has been worked

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actively engaged in paid work

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adequate for practical use

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adopted as a temporary basis for further work

(of e.g. a machine) performing or capable of performing

serving to permit or facilitate further work or activity

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Salaried working poor Canadians earned on average $12 per hour.
Consider the impact on working capital of a year-end sales push where production has been building up inventory (which may not be the appropriate inventory) to meet this artificial demand, and the quality of receivables deteriorates during the early part of the following year.
This decrease in stroke volume decreases the physical working capacity of the fire fighters.
TWA's strengths for use in working with adults facing retirement include the focus on numerous facets relating to adjustment and the examination of the components of individual and environment fit.
Under the new Federal work incentives, however, states have the option of providing Medicaid to working people with disabilities whose earnings are too high for them to qualify for Medicaid under other existing rules.
Only by working to solve problems will students avoid the cynicism and apathy that leads to retreatment from public life.
Perhaps, the poet Robert Frost had Chief Smith in mind when he observed, "By working faithfully 8 hours a day, you may eventually get to be boss and work 12 hours a day.
Her book may be used to try to restart the tired catfight between working and stay-at-home moms.
Through unions, working people can collaborate to make their communities better for everyone.
Much of the unhappiness of man today comes because he has lost this essential characteristic of man the artist and artisan -- "the joy of the working.
In Britain during the 1950s, working class living standards were undeniably improved by full employment and comprehensive welfare provision.
Another study -- this one in Australia -- noted that Australians are working longer hours than at any time during the last 20 years.
Daniel Pink, author of the upcoming book Free Agent Nation: How America's New Independent Workers Are Transforming the Way We Lire, is an expert on the subject of independent professionals, and defines free agents as highly skilled workers who prefer working independently on projects for a variety of clients.
And he says there's no relief in sight because we work and play too hard and end up buying groceries at midnight and working on our computers into the wee hours of the morning when there's less Internet traffic.