Workman


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WORKMAN. One who labors, one who is employed to do business for another.
     2. The obligations of a workman are to perform the work he has undertaken to do; to do it in proper time; to do it well to employ the things furnished him according to his contract.
     3. His rights, are to be paid what his work is worth, or what it deserves; to have all the facilities which the employer can give him for doing his work. 1 Bouv. Just. n. 1000 to 1006.

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Why, it says as God put his sperrit into the workman as built the tabernacle, to make him do all the carved work and things as wanted a nice hand.
As he reached the foot of the slope, an elderly horseman, with his portmanteau strapped behind him, stopped his horse when Adam had passed him, and turned round to have another long look at the stalwart workman in paper cap, leather breeches, and dark-blue worsted stockings.
"He's not drunk, but God knows what's the matter with him," muttered the workman.
Who are you?" the workman shouted, going out to him.
"I am not speaking from temper, but in a friendly way, for sport, as that workman of yours said when he was scuffling with Dmitri, in the case of the old woman.
The UK-based projects partner at law firm Pinsent Masons , Catherine Workman, has relocated to the group's Dubai office amid a concerted Saudi Arabia-focused push as the law firm looks to build further its association with Saudi law firm Alsabhan & Alajaji.
Born in the mid-1800s, Fanny Bullock Workman was a trailblazer, garnering mountain-climbing records in a male-dominated sport and fighting for women's rights years before the Nineteenth Amendment became law.
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In August 2016, Lee Workman was promoted and became Burke's supervisor despite the fact that a formal sexual harassment complaint had previously been filed against him.
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The five young cofounders of hi-tech Utah start-up Owlet, ordered their eggs and pancakes and then listened somberly to CEO, Kurt Workman as he broke down the nightmare their business had become.
Mr Workman has been involved with the club ever since, and is currently first team manager of both the men's and women's teams.