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Work is the general word for exertion of body or mind, and it may apply to exertion that is either easy or hard: fun work; heavy work. Drudgery suggests continuous, dreary, and dispiriting work, especially of a menial or servile kind: the drudgery of household tasks. Labor particularly denotes hard manual work: backbreaking labor; arduous labor. Toil suggests wearying or exhausting labor: toil that breaks down the worker’s health.

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I worked very loyally for him to do everything I could for him.
Both are recovering well after their surgeries and are already back to work.
A WELCOME LIFELINEWASHINGTON REGIONAL TRANSPLANT COMMUNITYSEPTEMBER 17, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
The NBCU spokesperson said the company would work with each advertiser to decide how the data would be used and managed.
It works with the full-sized Smart Keyboard and the new Logitech keyboards.
At Fortune, we’ve worked to make business better since our founding 90 years ago.
If one tactic doesn’t work, flag it, drop it and try something different.
He oversees the business side of Apple’s video efforts and leads work on Apple News, Apple Books, iCloud and the company’s advertising platforms.
Everyone could work however they wanted to maximize what they were bringing to the company.
“You’re just a cog and we can get a new one,” is how one former employee described working at Kirkhill, a Transdigm company in Orange County, California.
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Sleek finds it far harder work than fortune-making; but he pursues his Will-o'-the-Wisp with untiring energy.

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