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Pour parler de Workingman 's Death, si nous revenons aux emotions premieres, ce que nous ressentons d'abord c'est la surprise de l'existence d'un tel film, une emotion puissante, un saisissement certainement comparable a celui qu'ont eprouve a la vision d'Enthousiasme les spectateurs de l'epoque (4), puisqu'aussi bien le film surprend celui qui le decouvre aujourd'hui.
Les travailleurs de Workingman 's Death ont un nom propre et figurent pour chacun des cinq portraits au generique final du film, tout comme ils prononcent des declarations singulieres.
What would compel a workingman, or anyone, to return night after night to the same establishment, sharing rounds and camaraderie with the same cast of regulars?
So the first stage in the destruction of respect for the workingman and -woman was the development of antiperspirant deodorants.
Membership gave an identity and separated the workingman from paupers on poor-relief.
I have been there for the workingman and their family,'' Villaraigosa said.
These are the people who create jobs for the blue-collar workingman.
Although I didn't agree with his later politics, early on in his career he was fighting for the workingman.
FOR those who are still naively misguided by the assumption that the UPS strike was about ``the common workingman,'' allow me to clue you in.
After complaints that Blaengarw had a lack of facilities for young people, the police sprung into action, teaming with Blaengarw Workingmans Club to provide a weekly youth club held on Thursdays between 6.