nightwork


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Noun1.nightwork - work to be done at night
work - activity directed toward making or doing something; "she checked several points needing further work"
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Rally is the first Social Nightwork dedicated entirely to nightlife and is the best way to plan, share, and relive each night.
He's got a white beard, so he must be old; he's quite fat, so he likes his food; he's got a red face, so he probably likes his drink; and he's got this awful job – nightwork, outdoors in all weathers, all along going up and down chimneys.
Blinn set to work and fashioned an idea that was tentatively titled Nightwork.
Features of the agreement include: waiving a salary increase for 2010, concessions in nightwork and Sunday working allowances, a 1% increase in annual salary or two additional days of annual holiday allowance from 2011 and an increase in the allowance air traffic controllers receive for the special responsibility they bear.
Shilling also notes the increase in shift work, with one in seven employees doing some nightwork in 2003, an increase of 500,000 since 1998.
Or is it only the police who suffer from nightwork fatigue?
Dawkins, "Private and Social Costs and Benefits of Shift and Nightwork," in Night and Shiftwork Biological and Social Aspects: Advances in the Biosciences 30, eds.
Henry and Pushcart prizes, is the author of the story collections Nightwork and the forthcoming A Day, A Night, Another Day, Summer, and she brings a short-story writer's gift to this brief novel.
Florida has many of the strengths that made Nightwork such an interesting collection.
With Brady's new policy, all detectives would work leap-frogging from daywork to nightwork to "last out," working each shift two weeks at a time.
Intervention Factors for Promoting Adjustment to Nightwork and Shiftwork.