manual worker


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manual worker

nmanovale m
manual workers → la manovalanza
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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If a carefree footballer, rugby player, motorcyclist, mountain climber, car driver, manual worker, or alcoholic suffers a head injury, they are allowed rehabilitative treatment on the National Health.
Sri Lankan youth are also moving to areas like three wheelers to earn more money, because steady currency depreciation has made it difficult to operate as a manual worker, as there is a lag in wage catch-up with each bout of depreciation, making migration to the Middle East and Korea, which have strong currencies, attractive.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland struck Paton off for keeping cash due to his self-employed manual worker clients.
While Drucker maintains that the most important contribution of the twentieth century was the increased productivity of the manual worker, he feels that the most important challenge of the coming century will be to increase the productivity of the knowledge worker.
Known as Chewy to his friends, Mr Longden was a manual worker for UBS Building Services and left behind a wife, Lois, and son, Daniel.
In short, what we have observed here is that a number and variety of processes lay behind the change in (manual worker) union density, which, in turn, tended to precipitate observed changes in union status.
Alan Baverstock, 37, manual worker, Newcastle: No, not really.
Buster, who turned 100 in September and is believed to be Britain's oldest manual worker, never took a day off sick when he worked as a market trader until he was 97.
In the city's crowded slum areas, the average wage of a manual worker is just 27rupees (30p) a day.
As someone who started as a manual worker myself, I have enormous sympathy for the guys who are losing their jobs, and am just as concerned about the lack of jobs that will be available for local people in the future.
Consider your lifestyle - are you a manual worker who works with their hands?
The group said research by the PPI found that in 1997 to 1999 an average 65-year-old man who had been a manual worker was expected to live for a further 14.6 years, while a 65-year-old woman who had not worked manually had a life expectancy of a further 19.8 years.

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