awork

awork

(əˈwɜːk)
adv
archaic at work, busy
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AWork on the station, which will be a PS1.5million expansion of Buchan House, began last month.
AWORK of art that has overlooked North Shields Fish Quay for more than 30 years is being restored.
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The centre is holding aWork Readiness Open Day on Friday, January 18, from 10.30am to 12.30pm.
Awork with researchers in Colombia on a project that aims to address issues facing the country's transition from conflict to peace.
You must have aWork Capability Assessmentwhile your claim for new-style ESA is being assessed.
John Awork, of Tinderley Grove in Almondbury, was two-and-a-half times over the limit and knew that he was disqualified from driving when he got behind the wheel.
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But he remained con officers would be able responsible to justice, awork was going on in thto combat gun crime.
They are not the cause but rather the result of awork in which the author outlined and defined his world and his literaryspecificity.