work back

work back

vb
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) (intr, adverb) informal Austral to work overtime
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The Arangi was beginning to work back approximately over the course she had just traversed.
He had them row in circles, and work back and forth, up to windward and down to leeward, over the area of dark sea that he reasoned must contain the puppy.
Whenever they attempted to make her do anything, she protested indignantly; and if they tried force, her squalls and cries excited all the animals in the arena and set the work back.
I threatened him, told him the inhumanity of such a proceeding, aroused his sense of shame, and came home resolved to do better before I took my work back to England.
My immediate trouble was why we should dig this long tunnel, when it was possible to get into the drain at once down one of the manholes, and work back to the house.
Well, art tired of the Road, or wilt thou come on to Umballa with me and work back with the horses?
In other words, they will take market requirements as their starting point and then work back to synthesize target molecules based on biocomponents.
A DURHAM-BORN artist who moved to Canada in 1960 is bringing his work back to his home region for the first time, for an exclusive exhibition at Durham Cathedral.
DUNCAN FERGUSON believes Ross Barkley will get his chance to shine in Brazil thanks to his hard work back in Merseyside.
ONE in six firms has brought work BACK to Britain from abroad in the last three years in a drive to boost quality.
He further added that he managed to find work back east on the straw-hat circuit but he couldn't afford hotels therefore, he lived out of the back of his truck, under a hard shell.
That it is a great foundation to work back into the Premiership and I am certain they would do that.