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The working day, which averaged twelve hours, was prolonged to sixteen during the lighter months.
In the latter case the length of the working day is defined by law, eight hours being usually specified.
And you heard what the man said: it isn't fair to gage the working day by the capacity of the strongest.
JUST PATTYJEAN WEBSTER
The amount of exercise varied from one or two hours daily to half the working day.
Here a reduction in the working day is followed by an increase in speed without any labour-saving improvements.
On the basis of 3.3 hours as the length of the working day, the cost per horse per hour was estimated to be 7-1/2 cents.
The roar of the working day drowns the voices of the elfin sprites that are ever singing their low-toned miserere in our ears.
In the public works of his own department he reduced the working day at once to eight hours.
The length of the working day should be determined by the amount of work and the number of workers.
THE EVERETT MASSACREWALKER C. SMITH
The best method of restricting the hours of employment is to see that the boy is somewhere else during part of the working day.
BOY LABOUR AND APPRENTICESHIPREGINALD ARTHUR BRAY

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