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And since John XXIII, the church has argued that agricultural laborers and sweatshop employees toiling in the basement of our global village have these same rights.
Ness worked for Lockheed, building B-17 bombers, like thousands of other ``Rosie the Riveters'' toiling in industry as the men were away fighting in World War II.
Monturiol, a "card-carrying, utopian communist," according to Stewart, hoped to make the oceans safe for all working-class people toiling there.
The productivity comes at the cost of less workers working harder and longer hours, who are toiling daily for less money.
Somewhere in the chilly bowels of an Oxbridge University library, some earnest double major in visual arts and sociology must be toiling over a thesis titled "Billy Elliot's Indian Soul Sister: Class, Gender Expectation, and Disapproving Daddies in 21stCentury England.
Since that's the hiring (and promotion) criteria these days, consider this question: If many of your star managers focus on thinking outside the box and independently rather than toiling as conventional team players, isn't there a danger that nobody is supporting the box and it just may collapse?
Britain's Chris Boardman finished 151st, toiling some 40 minutes behind the stage winner.
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These days, he's toiling away on his two Iwo Jima films, ``Flags of Our Fathers,'' which tells the American view of the World War II battle, and ``Lamps Before the Wind,'' which takes the Japanese vantage point.
And it gave all of us gay people toiling in the theater the possibility of unlimited dreams.
But Brian Myrow is used to toiling in obscurity, something he has done his entire professional career.
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