out-of-work

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out-of-work

[ˌaʊtɒvˈwɜːk] adj (actor) → disoccupato/a
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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It tells the story of Dewey Finn, an out-of-work rock singer and guitarist who pretends to be a substitute teacher at a prestigious school.
In 2013, the Texas Legislature passed a law allowing for the drug testing of certain out-of-work Texans applying for unemployment.
Live NFL Sky Sports Action, 1.30am tonight GREEN BAY were criticised in some quarters for not considering the out-of-work Colin Kaepernick when quarterback Aaron Rodgers was injured recently, writes Phil Agius.
Obviously it will be one of the out-of-work managers who are on the dole circuit and it will mean another season of turmoil and relegation fears for Birmingham City.
THE number of children across parts of Teesside from out-of-work families is more than three times the national average, data has shown.
"I would probably be like an out-of-work doctor trying to operate illegally on people" Actress Jennifer Lawrence on the prospects of an alternative career.
Bayou Companies will target out-of-work oil and gas hands who lost their jobs during the downturn.
A single person who claims out-of-work benefits will get 35 per cent of what they need.
4 Tories saying obese people should lose out-of-work benefits.
Bidding to counter Tory jibes that Labour is the "party of welfare", Mr Miliband will call for 18 to 21-year-olds to be given a "youth allowance" rather than out-of-work benefits.
The Shacolas Group, the island's biggest retail and leisure collective of public and privately-held companies, has hired 23 management trainees out of 2,840 applicants, as part of the government's incentives to employ young and out-of-work university graduates.