Labor

Labor is Latin for toil, trouble, suffering
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labor

Latin, meaning: hardip, fatigue, distress.
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labor

All employees except managers that work at a retail store or distribution center.
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labor

[n] - a social class comprising those who do manual labor or work for wages 2. [n] - productive work (especially physical work done for wages) 3. [v] - work hard
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Labor

Labor:
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Labor

Labor: Childbirth, the aptly-named experience of delivering the baby and placenta from the uterus to the vagina to the outside world. There are two stages of labor. During the first stage (called the stage of dilatation), the cervix dilates fully to a diameter of about 10 cm. In the second stage (called the stage of expulsion), the baby moves out t...
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Labor

La'bor (lā'bẽr) noun [ Middle English labour , Old French labour , laber , labur , French labeur , Latin labor ; confer Greek lamba`nein to take, Sanskrit labh to get, seize.] [ Written also labour .] 1. Physi...
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Labor

La'bor intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Labored ; present participle & verbal noun Laboring .] [ Middle English labouren , French labourer , Latin laborare . See Labor , no...
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Labor

La'bor transitive verb [ French labourer , Latin laborare .] 1. To work at; to work; to till; to cultivate by toil. « The most excellent lands are lying fallow, or only labored by children.» W. Tooke. 2. To form or fabricate with toil, exertio...
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Labor

La'bor noun (Mining.) A stope or set of stopes. [ Spanish Amer.]
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labor

labour noun productive work (especially physical work done for wages); `his labor did not require a great deal of skill`
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labor

labour noun a social class comprising those who do manual labor or work for wages; `there is a shortage of skilled labor in this field`
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labor

labour verb undergo the efforts of childbirth
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labor

labour verb work hard; `She was digging away at her math homework`; `Lexicographers drudge all day long`
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labor

'[L]abor economics is primarily concerned with the behavior of employers and employees in response to the general incentives of wages, prices, profits, and nonpecuniary aspects of the employment relationship, such as working conditions.' Relevant terms: active measures, AFQT, AGI, average treatment effect, Beveridge curve, BHPS, cobweb mo...
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labor

(la´bәr) the physiologic process by which the uterus expels the products of conception (fetus or newborn and placenta), after 20 or more weeks of gestation. It may be divided into three stages: The first stage (dilatation stage) begins with the onset of regular uterine contractions and ends when the cervical os is compl...
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Labor

• (n.) Travail; the pangs and efforts of childbirth. • (n.) Any pang or distress. • (n.) To exert one`s powers of mind in the prosecution of any design; to strive; to take pains. • (n.) Intellectual exertion; mental effort; as, the labor of compiling a history. • (v. t.) To belabor; to beat. • (n.) A measure of land in...
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labor

labor 1. Productive activity, esp. for the sake of economic gain. 2. The body of persons engaged in such activity; especially, those working for wages. 3. A body of people considered as a class (distinguished from management and capital). 4. Physical or mental work; especially, of a hard or fatiguing kind; toil. 5. A job or task done or to be done...
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labor

Type: Term Pronunciation: lā′bŏr Definitions: 1. The process of expulsion of the fetus and the placenta from the uterus. The stages of labor include: first stage, beginning with the onset of uterine contractions through the period of dilation of the os uteri; second stage, the period of expulsive effort, beginning with complete dila...
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Labor

Contracted workers who perform services. Also called Craftspersons.
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Labor

Regular rhythmic contractions of the uterus that cause the cervix to dilate and efface so that the fetus can be delivered vaginally. There are two stages of labor that a woman will experience. The first step occurs as the cervix fully dilates to 10 cm. The second step occurs as the baby moves through the cervix and vagina to be born. Narrowe...
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labor

labor, term used both for the effort of performing a task and for the workers engaged in the activity. In ancient times much of the work was done by slaves (see slavery). In the feudal period agricultural labor was in the main performed by the serf. In medieval towns, however, the skilled artisans o...
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labor

labor: see birth.
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Labor

Continued operation; work. The labor and skill of one man is frequently used in a partnership and valued as equal to the capital of another. When business has been done for another and suit is brought to recover a just reward, there is generally contained in the declaration, a count for work and labor. Where penitentiaries exist, persons who ...
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Labor

The process of childbirth, beginning with the rhythmic contractions
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