For these reasons it is an unusual organization which does not turn over its entire working force every year.
Always with her, here comes Peggotty, my good old nurse, likewise in spectacles, accustomed to do needle-work at night very close to the lamp, but never sitting down to it without a bit of wax candle, a yard-measure in a little house, and a work-box with a picture of St. Paul’s upon the lid.
If my Chinese Room was still in proper working order I’d know, I’d be able to parse it down to the punctuation.
For some work men are required who have the natural aptitudes of carefulness and prudence.
The first was the best room, and in it were Lucie's birds, and flowers, and books, and desk, and work-table, and box of water-colours; the second was the Doctor's consulting-room, used also as the dining-room; the third, changingly speckled by the rustle of the plane-tree in the yard, was the Doctor's bedroom, and there, in a corner, stood the disused shoemaker's bench and tray of tools, much as it had stood on the fifth floor of the dismal house by the wine-shop, in the suburb of Saint Antoine in Paris.
She put down her book on seeing me come in; and having welcomed me as usual, took her work-basket and sat in one of the old-fashioned windows.
We need all our time, we need the work rooms of the Home of the Scholars, we want the help of our brother Scholars and their wisdom joined to ours.
This is an advantage which the working classes, strictly so called, certainly possess over the leisure classes,—that they are in early life under the necessity of applying themselves laboriously to some mechanical pursuit or other,—thus acquiring manual dexterity and the use of their physical powers.
If, in the linen manufacture, for example, the wages of the different working people, the flax-dressers, the spinners, the weavers, &c. should all of them be advanced twopence a-day, it would be necessary to heighten the price of a piece of linen only by a number of twopences equal to the number of people that had been employed about it, multiplied by the number of days during which they had been so employed.
Yet she smiled on and still on, uncomplainingly, because she saw that the painter (who had high renown) took a fervid and burning pleasure in his task, and wrought day and night to depict her who so loved him, yet who grew daily more dispirited and weak.
For this reason much of his time was spent in the work house or in jail, rather than in the penitentiary.
were the wretched persons of all the work-folk, the hair of their heads at such low levels being suggestive of mops and brooms.
Special entertainments are planned from time to time, and best of all, the play time is kept absolutely distinct from the work time, a condition which makes for happiness as well as usefulness.
Approached in this way, Burton would unquestionably have directed the new works manager to make a complete study of the routing system and to suggest any possible improvements.
For several days our work hours were spent in all sorts of experiments, on the degree of salinity in waters of different depths, or on their electric properties, coloration, and transparency, and in every instance Captain Nemo displayed an ingenuity equaled only by his graciousness toward me.
They favored free chat systems developed to help corporate work-groups collaborate; since these services always had free demo-versions available, hoping to snag some office-person into buying 30,000 licenses for their mega-corp.
The mechanic and the two work-girls examined him point by point before resuming their conversation in a subdued voice.
To him life without it was a joke, a shabby scramble, a work-horse job, with only silly material details like furniture and houses and steel cars and stores all involved in a struggle for what?
Connor changed into his work clothes like a condemned man dressing for his own hanging.
:Hacker Speech Style: ===================== Hackish speech generally features extremely precise diction, careful word choice, a relatively large working vocabulary, and relatively little use of contractions or street slang.
for the time would fail me to tell of Gedeon, and of Barak, and of Samson, and of Jephthae; of David also, and Samuel, and of the prophets: 58:011:033 Who through faith subdued kingdoms, wrought righteousness, obtained promises, stopped the mouths of lions.
In addition to the ordinary working qualities the business man of the highest class requires quick perception and firmness in the execution of his plans.
But we gathered all the things we found and we brought them to our work place.
She bent over her work-frame, and as he passed he laid his hand on her hair.
They try to block me because we tell the truth about the work conditions -- the girls who are sexually pressured by their bosses, the marketing rip-offs, the wage rip offs, lock-ins --""OK," he said. "
Miranda grabbed a stool from one of the work benches and took a seat.
She saw their sashes untied, their hair pulled about their ears, their work-bags searched, and their knives and scissors stolen away, and felt no doubt of its being a reciprocal enjoyment.
Meanwhile the plough does its work year by year, the harvests are gathered, the builders build as they are told, the tradesmen work and acquire fresh devices; the knowledge of writing spreads, novel things, the horse and wheeled vehicles and iron, are introduced and become part of the permanent inheritance of mankind; the volume of trade upon sea and desert increases, men's ideas widen, and knowledge grows.
It is better to be unknown and take heed to oneself than to neglect oneself and work wonders.
you working-woman too!
11:021:025 But there was none like unto Ahab, which did sell himself to work wickedness in the sight of the LORD, whom Jezebel his wife stirred up.
After five weeks' work water was found in abundance at a depth of 90 feet.
Her working uniform consisted of a scarlet, tight fitting jacket and white satin shorts.
Such heaping of horrors the hater of men, lonely roamer, wrought unceasing, harassings heavy.
I heard, too, the necklace to Hygd he presented, wonder-wrought treasure, which Wealhtheow gave him sovran's daughter: three steeds he added, slender and saddle-gay.
Thus, in many ways do the prejudices of parents, based upon ignorance, work tragedy in the lives of children.
Working tooth and jaw.
Two to six medium sized cut-work, mosaic or Italian lace-work tablecloths, with lunch napkins to match.
In the morning he would leave dressed in his old working suit and carrying his lunch box, Carlotta waving him a farewell from her window, or, if he had an engagement outside with Carlotta, wearing a good suit, and trusting to his overalls and jumper to protect it, working all day with John and Bill, or Malachi Dempsey and Joseph--for there was rivalry between these two groups as to which should have his company--or leaving the shop early and riding with her a part of the time, coming home at night to be greeted by Carlotta as though she had not seen him at all.
13:022:002 And David commanded to gather together the strangers that were in the land of Israel; and he set masons to hew wrought stones to build the house of God.
Look at the skilled hammersmith working steel.
People returning from mass saw him at his door in his wool-work slippers.
Big Sister Nor went to work on a plan:Spread the word to the rank-and-fileRecruit in-world pickets to block the work-site so that Boss Wing couldn't bring in scabs -- replacement workers -- to get the job doneGet the strike-leaders on the phone and talk about human-rights lawyers, strike-pay, sleeping quarters for any workers who relied on the factory for dorm-bedsGet footage and real-time reports from the strikers out to the human rights wires, get the strike-leaders on interviews with the pressShe'd done this before, in real life, on the other side of things, as a wildcat strike leader walking off the line when the bosses at her weaving factory in Taman Makmur announced pay cuts because their big European distributor had cut its orders.
If it be said that aged persons do not come much into the streets, so neither do infants; and a great proportion of grown children are in schools and in work-shops as apprentices.
When they arrive at the castle there will lie a wrought bride-shirt in a dish, and it will seem all woven of gold and silver, but it is really of sulphur and pitch, and if he puts it on it will burn him to the marrow of his bones."
Only self and mate and two hands left to work ship.
were always during the working season members of an artel.
Prepare a work schedule similar to that provided by the form in Chart I. Specify the subject with which you will be occupied at each period.
Too many of our histories dealing with this period of Roman history write of the popular party, and of the votes of the people and so forth, as though such things were as much working realities as they are to-day.
The latter process we have already set apart as the dream-work proper.