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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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Jens Arup told the participants that the project is about uniting the labors and constituting the laws for them as many of the labors in Pakistan are from NGOs and they are not permitted to do so and in return, social protection institutions cannot help them which is much needed in Pakistan.Thats why, we have decided to work on NGO sector in Pakistan in near future.
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