labour vs labor

labour labor

Definitions

  • 1) uncountable Workers in general; the working class, the workforce; sometimes specifically the labour movement, organised labour.
  • 2) The time period during which a mother gives birth.
  • 3) The act of a mother giving birth.
  • 4) Effort expended on a particular task; toil, work.
  • 5) uncountable A political party or force aiming or claiming to represent the interests of labour.
  • 6) Chiefly Brit. Same as labor; -- British spelling.
  • 7) a political party formed in Great Britain in 1900; characterized by the promotion of labor's interests and formerly the socialization of key industries
  • 8) transitive To belabour, to emphasise or expand upon (a point in a debate, etc).
  • 9) intransitive To toil, to work.
  • 10) undergo the efforts of childbirth

Definitions

  • 1) A political party representing workers' interests, especially in Great Britain.
  • 2) The trade union movement, especially its officials.
  • 3) A particular form of work or method of working.
  • 4) Work for wages.
  • 5) Workers considered as a group.
  • 6) The process by which childbirth occurs, beginning with contractions of the uterus and ending with the expulsion of the fetus or infant and the placenta.
  • 7) A specific task or effort, especially a painful or arduous one.
  • 8) Physical or mental exertion, especially when difficult or exhausting; work. synonym: work.
  • 9) That which requires hard work for its accomplishment; that which demands effort.
  • 10) (Naut.) The pitching or tossing of a vessel which results in the straining of timbers and rigging.
  • 11) Any pang or distress.
  • 12) Intellectual exertion; mental effort.
  • 13) A measure of land in Mexico and Texas, equivalent to an area of 1771/7 acres.
  • 14) Travail; the pangs and efforts of childbirth.
  • 15) Physical toil or bodily exertion, especially when fatiguing, irksome, or unavoidable, in distinction from sportive exercise; hard, muscular effort directed to some useful end, as agriculture, manufactures, and like; servile toil; exertion; work.
  • 16) Work done by a human being or an animal; exertion of body or mind, or both, for the accomplishment of an end; effort made to attain useful results, in distinction from exercise for the sake of recreation or amusement.
  • 17) Synonyms Toil, Drudgery, etc. (see work); effort, pains.
  • 18) The pangs and efforts of childbirth; parturition; travail.
  • 19) The laboring class; productive work as represented by those devoted to it: as, the claims or rights of labor; the labor -market.
  • 20) Work done or to be done; that which requires exertion or effort; a work; a performance; an achievement: as, the twelve labors of Hercules.
  • 21) A Mexican land-measure, equal to 177 acres.
  • 22) (Sp. pron. lä-bōr′ ). In the quicksilver-mines of California, any place where work has been or is going on; especially, in the plural, those parts of the mine from which ore is being extracted in some quantity; workings.
  • 23) Specifically, bodily toil; physical exertion for the sake of gain or reward; the use of muscular strength for the satisfaction of wants, in distinction from purely mental exertion and from the productive use of capital.
  • 24) Of or relating to labor.
  • 25) Of or relating to a Labor Party.
  • 26) To be burdened; be oppressed with difficulties; proceed or act with difficulty: used absolutely, or followed by under or (formerly) of.
  • 27) To beat; belabor.
  • 28) To urge; labor with.
  • 29) To produce by labor; make or work out with effort; expend labor on; strive for.
  • 30) To suffer the pangs of childbirth; be in travail.
  • 31) Tobeat;belabor.
  • 32) To work at; specifically, to till; cultivate.
  • 33) To make a physical or mental effort to accomplish some end; exert the powers of body or mind for the attainment of some result; work; strive. The word often implies painful or strenuous effort.
  • 34) Tourge;laborwith.
  • 35) To cause to work; exercise.
  • 36) To move forward heavily and with difficulty; specifically, of a ship, to roll and pitch heavily in a seaway, or in such a manner as to bring a dangerous strain upon the masts, rigging, and hull.
  • 37) Specifically, to exert the muscular power of the body for the attainment of some end; engage in physical or manual toil.
  • 38) Synonyms To struggle, plod, drudge, slave, suffer.
  • 39) To undergo the labor of childbirth.
  • 40) To strive painstakingly.
  • 41) To suffer from distress or a disadvantage.
  • 42) Nautical To pitch and roll.
  • 43) To deal with in exhaustive or excessive detail; belabor.
  • 44) To proceed with great effort; plod.
  • 45) To work; toil.
  • 46) To distress; burden.
  • 47) To form or fabricate with toil, exertion, or care.
  • 48) obsolete To belabor; to beat.
  • 49) To work at; to work; to till; to cultivate by toil.
  • 50) To prosecute, or perfect, with effort; to urge strenuously.

Examples

  • 1) Others are feared to have been diverted into forced labour.
  • 2) Her father was an artist who did years of hard labour for mild criticisms of party policy.
  • 3) Will they wreck it before they can realise a profit on their labour of love?
  • 4) It took 50 minutes of hard labour on the excavations and making a mould of where the crown will go.
  • 5) They all use overseas labour.
  • 6) The economic outlook for 2017 is likely to be tough because of weak investment, insufficient skilled labour and depressed growth in real incomes.
  • 7) That prohibition equalled profits was a point laboured to exhaustion.
  • 8) He was sentenced to eight years of hard labour.
  • 9) Working in a record shop was pretty much a labour of love.
  • 10) Western diplomacy needs to win the support of people labouring under oppressive regimes.
  • 11) The most important requirement for the auto industry is to keep a skilled labour force.
  • 12) The country is labouring under huge debts.
  • 13) Women feel calmer and more reassured during labour when we get this great support.
  • 14) They also have to worry about future labour costs.
  • 15) Three generations ago people did physical labour as a job.
  • 16) Relative costs of labour and capital will determine comparative advantage.
  • 17) The units have no doctors and lack the medical facilities of a labour ward.
  • 18) We carried out all this work with local labour.
  • 19) Industrial growth over this period meant that a labouring class became an economic necessity for national wealth.
  • 20) She also has a tendency to labour a point.
  • 21) This book is clearly a labour of love.
  • 22) Some people labour on to the last syllable.
  • 23) It should not be hard labour.
  • 24) Police can no longer stop and search people without needing grounds for suspicion and there is a law against forced labour and servitude.
  • 25) Life with hard labour, perhaps?
  • 26) You haven't done a day's manual labour in your life!
  • 27) Much of the work also involved heavy labour, building a wired raven compound in the midst of the Maine woods that was the size of most zoos.
  • 28) Anyone possessing a diamond worth, for example, 600£, would here have at his disposal a year's income from one person's labour; but to buy such a diamond and to wear it because it represented that value would, in view of our institutions, be to make oneself ridiculous; for he who did it would simply be investing in that way the profits of _his own labour_.
  • 29) It was at an end, therefore, long before the moft confiderable improvements were made in the produ6Uve powers of labour, and it would be to no purpofe to trace further what might have been its effects upon the recompence or wages of labour*
  • 30) Even a pregnant woman in labour is better off than these cry babies. mfhpr
  • 31) I think the best thing in labour is to remain as relaxed as possible.
  • 32) I suppose we should also have a redirect from the term labour market.
  • 33) HOWEVER, withdrawal of your labour is the least invasive means of making your point.
  • 34) The withdrawal of your labour is the only weapon you have in the fight for improved pay and conditions.
  • 35) What our Prime Minister said, and what we said to your Prime Minister and to the Forum Minister, is that Australia knows that a lot of countries in the Pacific, including Tonga, are very interested in the idea of what we call labour mobility – the seasonal workers scheme.
  • 36) Yes, well since the effort of Dr. Hand, I am pretty sure they won't offer a term labour next round, I wonder if they would even allow a normal c-section- did they tell you?
  • 37) The SA Police Union said it had advised members to join Popcru in what it described as labour unrest between Tuesday and Monday.
  • 38) ‘The majority of migrant workers earn their living in the city by doing manual labour.’
  • 39) ‘The men go off and look for casual labour during the day while women and children spend the day looking for shade.’
  • 40) ‘These subjects were agricultural workers with varying periods of manual labour in the field.’
  • 41) ‘Most are low-end workers doing street-cleaning or other manual labor.’
  • 42) ‘According to him, many unwaged Russians survive on handouts from friends and relatives, subsistence agriculture, casual labour, petty trading or petty crime.’
  • 43) ‘Since the start of the industrial revolution people have been paid a pittance for manual labor.’
  • 44) ‘Next time, though, I'll be employing my teenage cousins to do the manual labour and keeping my hands out of the sink.’
  • 45) ‘Today there is a growing acceptance of illegal casual labour and a strong demand for it.’
  • 46) ‘In this society, his job was one of the few, in which people exactly performed manual labor.’
  • 47) ‘It also aims to replace a number of full-time workers with casual and part-time labour.’
  • 48) ‘Using casual labour has become a key means by which many employers seek to evade established standards.’
  • 49) ‘I also defend our right to civil protest when city projects employ less qualified nonunion labor.’
  • 50) ‘The trade unions have made repeated warnings to Railtrack about the use of casual labour on the lines but to no avail.’
  • 51) ‘If the South was exceptional, it was not in worker resistance to organized labor, but employer resistance.’
  • 52) ‘He said there would be real implications for his company when he employed casual or part-time labour, and brought staff in and out.’
  • 53) ‘The tile company had callously sacked 29 regular workers and replaced them with casual labour supplied by Skilled.’
  • 54) ‘Wage-labour was essentially casual labour, as employed at harvest time.’
  • 55) ‘These people, gangmasters, have been around for years, bringing casual labour into the fields and exploiting a lot of farm workers for some time.’
  • 56) ‘Excluding temporary manufacturing labor, 785,000 factory workers have lost their jobs over the past 11 months.’
  • 57) ‘Unions say it puts the brakes on a 20-year trend towards casual labour, but employer groups are calling it a disappointing and costly precedent.’
  • 58) ‘The Tories were keen to get rid of the National Dock labour Scheme, which protected dockers from casual labour.’
  • 59) ‘The company is planning to sell or lease the mine and operate it using casual labour and new technology.’
  • 60) ‘Coming to the London docks he was shocked at the misery and poverty of casual labour and organized a docker's union.’
  • 61) ‘Those who were less keen to compete for migrants could resort to convicts as casual labour.’
  • 62) ‘Their work will be contracted out to private companies that employ largely nonunion low-paid labor.’
  • 63) ‘As a result, the place is being built with non-union labor.’
  • 64) ‘Some institutions contract the work out to casual labour with little continuity and stability for the student.’
  • 65) ‘Fourth, the working class and labour movement, repressed, shackled, lacking independence, was no alternative.’
  • 66) ‘Steelworkers Canadian director Ken Neumann said the merger creates a new force in the Canadian labour movement, as well as in federal and provincial politics.’
  • 67) ‘But turning labour into a political force to be reckoned with in Alberta is a tall order, which McGowan clearly outlined in his paper.’
  • 68) ‘The labor movement's political clout is waning with most red states having right to work laws that effectively ban unions.’
  • 69) ‘These forces have also weakened labor movements in many other industrial countries.’
  • 70) ‘From here we are treated to an account of Watson's rise through the political labour movement.’
  • 71) ‘For Trotsky, what determined his attitude to all tendencies within the Russian social democratic labor movement was their perspective, their program.’
  • 72) ‘That same impulse brought the entire Canadian labor movement out in force.’
  • 73) ‘The working class and the labour movement are not like they were in the 1970s.’
  • 74) ‘For the past 25 years he has been documenting the immigrant experience in Canada, working class culture and the labour movement.’
  • 75) ‘He looks to struggles independent of political parties, the official labour movement, or any other organised forces.’
  • 76) ‘The answer came when one delegate rose to address the notion of political action by the labour movement.’
  • 77) ‘The result is that since the mid-1980s the organized labour movement was no longer a major social and political factor.’
  • 78) ‘Without an understanding of the role of Stalinism and Social Democracy, the labour movement will not be able to turn once again to a socialist perspective.’
  • 79) ‘There is no section of the official labor movement that upholds the most elementary principles of working class solidarity.’
  • 80) ‘Your situation highlights the tragedy of the American labor movement and the dilemma facing the working class today.’
  • 81) ‘These developments have also resulted in a political and intellectual crisis within the labour movement.’
  • 82) ‘The death of Glen Branagh is a warning to the labour movement and the working class that bloody sectarian conflict is not a thing of the past in Northern Ireland.’
  • 83) ‘Over time Walesa became active in the underground labour movement and witnessed the repression of workers' protests in the 1970s.’
  • 84) ‘These objective changes in the world economy have undermined the post-war framework of labour protection and social measures.’
  • 85) ‘This was announced at the end of last week by the Ministry of labour and Social Policy.’
  • 86) ‘They seem to think that the way to beat labour is to be more Leftist than labour!’
  • 87) ‘South Swindon has a new Member of Parliament but the seat is still held by labour.’
  • 88) ‘Teresa Page was a hard-working councillor and labour will be sad to see her go.’
  • 89) ‘Downing Street has the option of going with Prescott and labour, or with Cameron and the Tories.’
  • 90) ‘At 4.15 am on Friday, Tony Blair became the first man ever to lead labour to a third term.’
  • 91) ‘It is not the first time Tory James Gray and labour's Tony Banks have clashed.’
  • 92) ‘Pallet maker Richard Mulhall took the Illingworth seat from labour's Zoe Marston.’
  • 93) ‘Okay, the Tories are gaining big from labour and the Lib Dems in the South.’
  • 94) ‘Her victory means labour now has 37 seats on Bradford Council, one more than the Tories.’
  • 95) ‘Chairman of the labour Group, Coun Norma Lincoln, said labour would fight back.’
  • 96) ‘But Labor's Manager of Opposition Business in the Senate, Chris Evans, questions that.’
  • 97) ‘The Government is using Labor's rules, after all, they say.’
  • 98) ‘Labor's Trade Spokesman Stephen Conroy has denied that Labor has caved in.’
  • 99) ‘I was joined a short time ago by Labor's Foreign Affairs Spokesman, Kevin Rudd.’
  • 100) ‘In the Senate, Labor's John Faulkner asked for an explanation.’
  • 101) ‘Concisely, here is the problem: Labor is the party of the Left.’
  • 102) ‘Assuming all the above, and that Labor regains Cunningham, the Parliament would look like this.’
  • 103) ‘Pollster Sol Lebovic from Newspoll, says this is a reality check for Labor.’
  • 104) ‘Julie Flynn, the Chief Executive of Free TV Australia says Labor's ban is simplistic and won't work.’
  • 105) ‘At the moment in the 25 seat House of Assembly, Labor have 14, the Liberals seven and the Greens four.’
  • 106) ‘They also received 300 mg every three hours while in labor until delivery.’
  • 107) ‘Both Lamaze and Bradley encourage partner participation in labor and delivery.’
  • 108) ‘The drug prostaglandin is injected into the womb and this causes it to contract strongly as in labour.’
  • 109) ‘It has long been the practice to allow family members to be present in labor and delivery.’
  • 110) ‘She tells us tales of ambulances collecting women in labour to take them to the hospital delivery suites, only to be held up at a checkpoint where the women give birth.’
  • 111) ‘Red raspberry leaves are used to enhance uterine contractions once labor is initiated.’
  • 112) ‘Low dose mobile epidurals are generally more attractive to women in labour than traditional epidural techniques.’
  • 113) ‘Measles in pregnancy can cause miscarriage, premature labour or a baby with low birth weight.’
  • 114) ‘The challenge for obstetricians is to make sure that options for safe delivery are not limited for women who experience complications in labour.’
  • 115) ‘Both women spent four hours in labour and both gave birth to baby daughters.’
  • 116) ‘The pregnancy went smoothly and Mrs Filer gave birth after being in labour for five hours.’
  • 117) ‘It says that cerebral palsy is almost never caused by fetal distress in labor.’
  • 118) ‘An HIV specialist should be contacted immediately if the diagnosis is made in labour.’
  • 119) ‘I was in labour for twenty-two hours with Evan Michael's brother.’
  • 120) ‘Kory's mom has been in labor for an hour and a half.’
  • 121) ‘Catherine suffered in labor for many hours, and finally the doctors had to perform a Caesarean section.’
  • 122) ‘They can also improve your posture and strengthen your abdominal muscles for labor and delivery.’
  • 123) ‘By the time Michael had called them, Jamie had already been in labor four hours.’
  • 124) ‘Such rigorous application of the guidelines would, however, have resulted in antibiotics being given to 16% of all women in labour.’
  • 125) ‘Fortunately, the body provides several clues that the onset of labor is approaching.’
  • 126) ‘The labor of moles dig dexterously underground.’
  • 127) ‘The labour of moles has caused some messy practical problems for the grass cutters.’
  • 128) ‘At 51, she breathes with real difficulty, wheezing and labouring to draw breath as we talk.’
  • 129) ‘And like Mr Sherry, Mr Hillier has laboured for many years and has likewise produced three heavy volumes, the last of which is about to see the light of day in the bookshops.’
  • 130) ‘In this atmosphere, the House of Representatives has labored hard.’
  • 131) ‘She seemed not to care that the rest of the class was labouring effortlessly on their reports.’
  • 132) ‘For years I had labored over a manual that would include all of this.’
  • 133) ‘Parts and maintenance manuals were in short supply as the ground crews labored to prepare as many P - 39s for combat as possible.’
  • 134) ‘David Evans from Wales, the lanky but smooth attacker who has been quietly laboring to bring his game back to the world class form he briefly displayed four years ago, took a small step on that road last night.’
  • 135) ‘Teachers Simon Gibson and Bob Granger have spent every spare moment between classes for the past few weeks labouring to produce a drinking cup holder for Bradley who has severely limited mobility.’
  • 136) ‘But those very wonders are also symbols of oppressive and overbearing states that could coerce hundreds of thousands to spend their lives laboring on projects erected to enhance the ruling class.’
  • 137) ‘Suppose that one worker labors for five consecutive years to produce one such engine.’
  • 138) ‘Each labored many years as an attorney before moving to the front office.’
  • 139) ‘This modification was typical of the hard-working ground crews who would labor day and night to find solutions for the problems that came up in this new theater of war.’
  • 140) ‘Because of the current shifts and perhaps unpredictable forces in today's labour market, these demands may seem unrealistic.’
  • 141) ‘And she actively fought for the most dispossessed of that class, those who labored in the nation's fields.’
  • 142) ‘On Saturday, John Paul slept in his old bed, visited his old street and drove by the quarry, no longer used, where he laboured during the Nazi occupation of Poland.’
  • 143) ‘Forsaking the books, it was pick and shovel for a year of manual labouring for the young David.’
  • 144) ‘They also repaired, refitted, and caulked ships in the harbor, laboring for a $1.00 a day for their master.’
  • 145) ‘The home side struggled to overcome Edinburgh, but despite labouring for long periods the grit of the Irish forwards eventually saw them through.’
  • 146) ‘He was laden with a heavy old radio and was labouring to keep up.’
  • 147) ‘There had been a failure specifically to identify favourable material, but that was attributed to the difficulties under which the applicant has been labouring by reason of having been detained.’
  • 148) ‘Brazil labored to another unconvincing victory at the World Cup on Sunday, qualifying for the second round by beating Australia 2-0 and substituting an ineffective Ronaldo for the second game in a row.’
  • 149) ‘Life steadily worsened, and though a few maintained quick riches in the short-term, most people labored more and more just to maintain short-term existence.’
  • 150) ‘I loved him so much, and it would kill me to see him grunting and struggling as he laboured to move himself from the bed to the chair.’
  • 151) ‘Our taxis, which had labored up the narrow, winding road, descended much more swiftly.’
  • 152) ‘She labored up to the stoop, red face partially hidden by brown paper bags.’
  • 153) ‘In the terrible heat, the fugitives labored up a tomb-lined slope toward Nuceria.’
  • 154) ‘After we'd eaten we walked back along the canal in the sunshine and laboured up the hill before collapsing in front of the TV.’
  • 155) ‘There was a full moon, and stories of recent cougar sightings swirled through Nostdal's head as he labored up and down the hilly road.’
  • 156) ‘It laboured up the hills as we climbed to nearly 2000m.’
  • 157) ‘He felt the engine laboring, gathering speed slowly, the breakdown lane narrowing rapidly ahead.’
  • 158) ‘She turned on her radar detector and slid up to a hundred and five, riding easily, her huge engine hardly laboring as she raced through the night.’
  • 159) ‘The engines labored to push the bulky ship off the side of the building and into the air.’
  • 160) ‘The waves were strong, The Heart of Isis laboured heavily and the men were tested sorely, but by nightfall they had cleared the island without finding safe harbor.’

Examples

  • 1) Watching them labor, making no sound of complaint, Joe could not help the shameful thought that perhaps it was better they felt nothing.
  • 2) Lawrence yelled Arleen's name, and stepped forward to pull the brute from his labor.
  • 3) She returned to the labor of descent determined not to look up at the sky again, whether she heard cries or no.
  • 4) From the looks of things around the toi, male and female labor among the Karadeen was divided along fairly traditional roles.
  • 5) ‘The majority of migrant workers earn their living in the city by doing manual labour.’
  • 6) ‘The men go off and look for casual labour during the day while women and children spend the day looking for shade.’
  • 7) ‘These subjects were agricultural workers with varying periods of manual labour in the field.’
  • 8) ‘Most are low-end workers doing street-cleaning or other manual labor.’
  • 9) ‘According to him, many unwaged Russians survive on handouts from friends and relatives, subsistence agriculture, casual labour, petty trading or petty crime.’
  • 10) ‘Since the start of the industrial revolution people have been paid a pittance for manual labor.’
  • 11) ‘Next time, though, I'll be employing my teenage cousins to do the manual labour and keeping my hands out of the sink.’
  • 12) ‘Today there is a growing acceptance of illegal casual labour and a strong demand for it.’
  • 13) ‘In this society, his job was one of the few, in which people exactly performed manual labor.’
  • 14) ‘It also aims to replace a number of full-time workers with casual and part-time labour.’
  • 15) ‘Using casual labour has become a key means by which many employers seek to evade established standards.’
  • 16) ‘I also defend our right to civil protest when city projects employ less qualified nonunion labor.’
  • 17) ‘The trade unions have made repeated warnings to Railtrack about the use of casual labour on the lines but to no avail.’
  • 18) ‘If the South was exceptional, it was not in worker resistance to organized labor, but employer resistance.’
  • 19) ‘He said there would be real implications for his company when he employed casual or part-time labour, and brought staff in and out.’
  • 20) ‘The tile company had callously sacked 29 regular workers and replaced them with casual labour supplied by Skilled.’
  • 21) ‘Wage-labour was essentially casual labour, as employed at harvest time.’
  • 22) ‘These people, gangmasters, have been around for years, bringing casual labour into the fields and exploiting a lot of farm workers for some time.’
  • 23) ‘Excluding temporary manufacturing labor, 785,000 factory workers have lost their jobs over the past 11 months.’
  • 24) ‘Unions say it puts the brakes on a 20-year trend towards casual labour, but employer groups are calling it a disappointing and costly precedent.’
  • 25) ‘The Tories were keen to get rid of the National Dock Labour Scheme, which protected dockers from casual labour.’
  • 26) ‘The company is planning to sell or lease the mine and operate it using casual labour and new technology.’
  • 27) ‘Coming to the London docks he was shocked at the misery and poverty of casual labour and organized a docker's union.’
  • 28) ‘Those who were less keen to compete for migrants could resort to convicts as casual labour.’
  • 29) ‘Their work will be contracted out to private companies that employ largely nonunion low-paid labor.’
  • 30) ‘As a result, the place is being built with non-union labor.’
  • 31) ‘Some institutions contract the work out to casual labour with little continuity and stability for the student.’
  • 32) ‘Fourth, the working class and labour movement, repressed, shackled, lacking independence, was no alternative.’
  • 33) ‘Steelworkers Canadian director Ken Neumann said the merger creates a new force in the Canadian labour movement, as well as in federal and provincial politics.’
  • 34) ‘But turning labour into a political force to be reckoned with in Alberta is a tall order, which McGowan clearly outlined in his paper.’
  • 35) ‘The labor movement's political clout is waning with most red states having right to work laws that effectively ban unions.’
  • 36) ‘These forces have also weakened labor movements in many other industrial countries.’
  • 37) ‘From here we are treated to an account of Watson's rise through the political labour movement.’
  • 38) ‘For Trotsky, what determined his attitude to all tendencies within the Russian social democratic labor movement was their perspective, their program.’
  • 39) ‘That same impulse brought the entire Canadian labor movement out in force.’
  • 40) ‘The working class and the labour movement are not like they were in the 1970s.’
  • 41) ‘For the past 25 years he has been documenting the immigrant experience in Canada, working class culture and the labour movement.’
  • 42) ‘He looks to struggles independent of political parties, the official labour movement, or any other organised forces.’
  • 43) ‘The answer came when one delegate rose to address the notion of political action by the labour movement.’
  • 44) ‘The result is that since the mid-1980s the organized labour movement was no longer a major social and political factor.’
  • 45) ‘Without an understanding of the role of Stalinism and Social Democracy, the labour movement will not be able to turn once again to a socialist perspective.’
  • 46) ‘There is no section of the official labor movement that upholds the most elementary principles of working class solidarity.’
  • 47) ‘Your situation highlights the tragedy of the American labor movement and the dilemma facing the working class today.’
  • 48) ‘These developments have also resulted in a political and intellectual crisis within the labour movement.’
  • 49) ‘The death of Glen Branagh is a warning to the labour movement and the working class that bloody sectarian conflict is not a thing of the past in Northern Ireland.’
  • 50) ‘Over time Walesa became active in the underground labour movement and witnessed the repression of workers' protests in the 1970s.’
  • 51) ‘These objective changes in the world economy have undermined the post-war framework of labour protection and social measures.’
  • 52) ‘This was announced at the end of last week by the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy.’
  • 53) ‘They seem to think that the way to beat Labour is to be more Leftist than Labour!’
  • 54) ‘South Swindon has a new Member of Parliament but the seat is still held by Labour.’
  • 55) ‘Teresa Page was a hard-working councillor and Labour will be sad to see her go.’
  • 56) ‘Downing Street has the option of going with Prescott and Labour, or with Cameron and the Tories.’
  • 57) ‘At 4.15 am on Friday, Tony Blair became the first man ever to lead Labour to a third term.’
  • 58) ‘It is not the first time Tory James Gray and Labour's Tony Banks have clashed.’
  • 59) ‘Pallet maker Richard Mulhall took the Illingworth seat from Labour's Zoe Marston.’
  • 60) ‘Okay, the Tories are gaining big from Labour and the Lib Dems in the South.’
  • 61) ‘Her victory means Labour now has 37 seats on Bradford Council, one more than the Tories.’
  • 62) ‘Chairman of the Labour Group, Coun Norma Lincoln, said Labour would fight back.’
  • 63) ‘But labor's Manager of Opposition Business in the Senate, Chris Evans, questions that.’
  • 64) ‘The Government is using labor's rules, after all, they say.’
  • 65) ‘labor's Trade Spokesman Stephen Conroy has denied that labor has caved in.’
  • 66) ‘I was joined a short time ago by labor's Foreign Affairs Spokesman, Kevin Rudd.’
  • 67) ‘In the Senate, labor's John Faulkner asked for an explanation.’
  • 68) ‘Concisely, here is the problem: labor is the party of the Left.’
  • 69) ‘Assuming all the above, and that labor regains Cunningham, the Parliament would look like this.’
  • 70) ‘Pollster Sol Lebovic from Newspoll, says this is a reality check for labor.’
  • 71) ‘Julie Flynn, the Chief Executive of Free TV Australia says labor's ban is simplistic and won't work.’
  • 72) ‘At the moment in the 25 seat House of Assembly, labor have 14, the Liberals seven and the Greens four.’
  • 73) ‘They also received 300 mg every three hours while in labor until delivery.’
  • 74) ‘Both Lamaze and Bradley encourage partner participation in labor and delivery.’
  • 75) ‘The drug prostaglandin is injected into the womb and this causes it to contract strongly as in labour.’
  • 76) ‘It has long been the practice to allow family members to be present in labor and delivery.’
  • 77) ‘She tells us tales of ambulances collecting women in labour to take them to the hospital delivery suites, only to be held up at a checkpoint where the women give birth.’
  • 78) ‘Red raspberry leaves are used to enhance uterine contractions once labor is initiated.’
  • 79) ‘Low dose mobile epidurals are generally more attractive to women in labour than traditional epidural techniques.’
  • 80) ‘Measles in pregnancy can cause miscarriage, premature labour or a baby with low birth weight.’
  • 81) ‘The challenge for obstetricians is to make sure that options for safe delivery are not limited for women who experience complications in labour.’
  • 82) ‘Both women spent four hours in labour and both gave birth to baby daughters.’
  • 83) ‘The pregnancy went smoothly and Mrs Filer gave birth after being in labour for five hours.’
  • 84) ‘It says that cerebral palsy is almost never caused by fetal distress in labor.’
  • 85) ‘An HIV specialist should be contacted immediately if the diagnosis is made in labour.’
  • 86) ‘I was in labour for twenty-two hours with Evan Michael's brother.’
  • 87) ‘Kory's mom has been in labor for an hour and a half.’
  • 88) ‘Catherine suffered in labor for many hours, and finally the doctors had to perform a Caesarean section.’
  • 89) ‘They can also improve your posture and strengthen your abdominal muscles for labor and delivery.’
  • 90) ‘By the time Michael had called them, Jamie had already been in labor four hours.’
  • 91) ‘Such rigorous application of the guidelines would, however, have resulted in antibiotics being given to 16% of all women in labour.’
  • 92) ‘Fortunately, the body provides several clues that the onset of labor is approaching.’
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