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LABOR. Continued operation; work.
     2. The labor and skill of one man is frequently used in a partnership, and valued as equal to the capital of another.
     3. When business has been done for another, and suit is brought to recover a just reward, there is generally contained in the declaration, a count for work and labor.
     4. Where penitentiaries exist, persons who have committed crimes are condemned to be imprisoned therein at labor.

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Across the OECD, countries with higher ratios of trade to GDP tend to spend more on active labor measures and other pro-market forms of labor support (see Figure 5); countries with more inward foreign direct investment also spend more on active labor measures.
Thus, in our study, 96.2% women continued to have adequate uterine contractions despite discontinuing oxytocin, which, when compared to the aforementioned studies, supports the hypothesis that oxytocin can be stopped in active labor.
standard deviation were calculated for age of patient, gestational age, duration between PROM to onset of active labor, duration between PROM and delivery and APGAR score at 1 and 5 minutes.
The first section describes the passive and active labor market policies used in OECD countries.
(9) de Groot and Elhorst note that flexicurity is often used in referring to the functioning of the Danish labor market: it depends on high government expenditure on unemployment benefits and active labor market policies.
van Ours (2004), "Effective Active Labor Market Policies", IZA Discussion Paper, No.
A good video, with positive views of women in active labor, goes a long way to reinforce what is discussed and demonstrated in a childbirth class.
In addition, these goals are currently being radically reframed in the light of policies relating to lifelong learning, which are linked to active labor market policies and the concept of sustained employability.
The Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA) was enacted in 1986 to ensure treatment of indigent or uninsured patients.
To be eligible for the study, women had to be in active labor or to be at least 34 weeks pregnant.
Shannon of Harvard Medical School, Boston, report that the number of adult visits to the CHED at Children's Hospital, Boston, grew from 443 in 1993 to 737 in 2001 in association with the implementation of Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA) regulations (Pediatrics 111[6]: 1268-72, 2003).
"They know they can get treatment in this country." Under the federal Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act, hospitals with emergency room services are required to treat anyone who requires care, including illegal aliens--but the act does not specify who is liable for the costs.

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