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worker

the beneficiary of much modern legislation, sometimes in capacity as an employee under a contract of employment but also under separate regimes such as the wages legislation. In the law of the EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES, the worker is the subject of many legal provisions. See FREE MOVEMENT OF PERSONS.
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Ectatomma parasiticum shared several life-history traits with other workerless inquiline ants [1,3]: rarity, local distribution, variation in abundance, limited dispersal, intracolonial mating, queen miniaturization, morphological similarity with its host, and quasiexclusive production of sexuals ([13, 28] and this paper).
It is oddly out of place to rail against the welfare state while ignoring the revolutionary changes in human life that are impending from workerless technology and a global economy that undercuts so much American labor.
Lorentz: I read a lot about the workerless business trend.
Distribution and natural history of the workerless inquiline ant Pogonomyrmex anergismus Cole (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).
Today we see a clear break with the dominance of a workerless international relations and international political economy.
This is not to suggest that the book should emulate the dry, dusty, workerless union histories that are all too common in industrial relations research.
A few South American Solenopsis species are workerless parasites, whose peculiar morphology caused them to be placed in the genera Labauchena or Paranamyrmex until Ettershank (1966) synonymized those genera with Solenopsis.
To get more automatic, workerless production equipment, various devices of automatic controls and feedback, which use computers or computer-like instruments, are introduced.