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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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The researchers say that the period of wakefulness simulates the overnight wakefulness period of many shift workers assigned to nightwork. A possible explanation for why the two tissues respond in the observed manner could be that overnight wakefulness periods exert a tissue-specific effect on tissues' circadian rhythm, resulting in misalignment between these rhythms.
Menegaux et al., "Breast cancer risk, nightwork, and circadian clock gene polymorphisms," Endocrine-Related Cancer, vol.
In his reading of the contrast between the pangolin's "solitary" (A-Q 27), (8) "not aggressive" (29) nightwork and "man slaving / to make his life more sweet" (30), Carson concludes:
(70) General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Committee on Labor, "The eight-hour day and prohibition of nightwork," February 1910.
Nightwork: Sexuality, Pleasure and Corporate Masculinity in Tokyo Hostess Clubs.
"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.
ALLISON Anne, Nightwork: Sexuality, Pleasure, and Corporate Masculinity in a Tokyo Hostess Club, Chicago, Chicago University Press, 1994
A stunning investigation into and overview of the myriad social functions of sexual play in modern Japan can be found in Anne Allison, Nightwork: Sexuality, Pleasure, and Corporate Masculinity in a Tokyo Hostess Club (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1994).
Also enacted were the laws providing for a national policy on responsible parenthood and reproductive health; rationalizing the nightwork prohibition on women workers; strengthening and propagating foster care for abandoned and neglected children and children with special needs; expanding the law against trafficking in persons, especially women and children; and declaring Nov.
Blinn set to work and fashioned an idea that was tentatively titled Nightwork.
Miles, "The combined effects of occupational health hazards: an experimental investigation of the effects of noise, nightwork and meals," International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health, vol.
Other debuts included the Scissor Sisters third album "NightWork" at No.