Laborers

  • 1 laborers — index personnel Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 laborers — la·bor·er || leɪbÉ™rÉ™(r) n. worker, wage earner …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 3 Laborers' International Union of North America — Infobox Union name= LIUNA country= United States, Canada affiliation= Change to Win Federation members= 550,000 full name= Laborers International Union of North America native name= founded= April 13, 1903 current= head= dissolved date= dissolved …

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  • 4 laborers' lien — Species of non possessory lien which gives preference to laborer who works on job for payment of his wages ahead of general creditors. Such liens are generally governed by state statutes. See mechanic s lien …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 5 Northern California District Council of Laborers — Full name Laborers International Union of North America Founded April 13, 1903 Members 30,000 Affiliation …

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  • 6 Central Laborers' Pension Fund v. Heinz — Infobox SCOTUS case Litigants=Central Laborers Pension Fund v. Heinz ArgueDate=April 19 ArgueYear=2004 DecideDate=June 7 DecideYear=2004 FullName=Central Laborers Pension Fund, Petitioner v. Thomas E. Heinz, et al. USVol=541 USPage=739 Citation=… …

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  • 7 statutes of laborers — English statutes concerning laborers, servants, and apprentices …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 8 Unique Confederation of Rural Laborers of Bolivia — CSUTCB Full name Single Union Confederation of Rural Workers of Bolivia Native name Confederación Sindical Única de Trabajadores Campesinos de Bolivia Founded 1979 Country Bolivia Affiliation COB …

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  • 9 Patron Saint of Laborers — Isadore …

    Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • 10 civilian laborers —   Po e limahana kīwila …

    English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • 11 justices of laborers — In old English law, justices appointed to redress the frowardness of laboring men, who would either be idle or have unreasonable wages …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 12 contract laborers — Emigrants who, without sufficient means in their own hands or in those of their friends, agree in consideration of the payment of their passage, to accept designated employment in the United States at stated wages, usually the lowest possible… …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 13 justices of laborers — Justices specially appointed to hear and determine controversies between workingmen and their employers …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 14 gin men — Laborers in a mine without special employment but performing tasks of a general nature as ordered and directed. Smith v North Jellico Coal Co. 131 Ky 196, 114 SW 785 …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 15 Laborer — at work Occupation Activity sectors Construction Description Competencies Patience with supervisory staff selected by nepotism not skill A Labo …

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  • 16 Day labor — is work done where the worker is hired and paid one day at a time, with no promise that more work will be available in the future. It is a form of contingent work. Contents 1 Types 2 In the USA 3 See also 4 Refere …

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  • 17 Forced labor in Germany during World War II — Use of forced labor in Nazi Germany during World War II occurred on a large scale. It was an important part of the German economic exploitation of conquered territories; it also contributed to the extermination of populations of German–occupied… …

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  • 18 John Degnan — Infobox Politician name = John A. Degnan imagesize = 225px residence = flagicon|New York|size=30px Brewster, New York office = Mayor of Brewster, New York party = Republican [ Risnit, Michael. [http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/arti… …

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  • 19 Chinese American history — is the history of Chinese Americans or the history of ethnic Chinese in the United States. Chinese immigration to the U.S. consisted of three major waves, with the first beginning in the 19th century. Chinese immigrants in the 19th century worked …

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  • 20 FORCED (Slave) LABOR — The term forced labor (Zwangsarbeit) is not well defined. Forced labor is commonly understood as an employment relationship of a member of a persecuted political or a specific ideological (weltanschauliche) grouping, or an ethnic group, or a… …

    Encyclopedia of Judaism