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a piece of work that has been assigned

a difficult or tedious undertaking

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a specific piece of work required to be done as a duty or for a specific fee

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Make Your House Work for the Holidays features 30 ideas and articles, including holiday organizing and time-saving tips, and lots of delicious new holiday recipes - many from TakeBackYourTable.
Maintenance of buildings and sites in Paris noceens Property Public Health (Eps) White House work.
The forum comes six weeks after the anthrax-by-mail attacks, and a few days since the Senate proposed a $3 billion bioterrorism plan while the House works on it own package.
Conceived as an instrument for experiencing the landscape, the house works so well and so subtly that you cease to be aware of such underlying functions and come to admire it for its inherent elegance, simplicity and aptness.
On the strength of the three House works that dominated the four-part program given recently in New York City, it appears that even after nearly fifty years of progress, modern dance can still remain fixated on the torso.
Predicting no more than five defectors, he said of the others returning to the fold: ``Some people like the attention, some people want a bridge, some want a chance to talk to Newt, just talk to him about the way the House works.
The painting galleries will house works by artists such as Van Gogh, Millet, Degas, Rubens, Van Dyke and Rembrandt.
Stuart House works to meet the special needs of children who are victims of sexual abuse.
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Vandervort is a nationally recognized home improvement expert who has written more than 25 books, including Home Magazine's How Your House Works (Ballantine, 1995) and The Home Problem Solver (Perseus Books, 2000).