Work may refer to:
Other articles related to "work, works":
... the New York abstract expressionists, and his first work exhibits their influence ... A more figurative style is apparent in his later work ... In San Francisco, his work can regularly be seen at the George Krevsky Gallery ...
... He then returned to school to briefly work as a lab assistant, but found that he had lost his passion for science ... Gollancz published the then 24-year-old Wilson's The Outsider in 1956 the work examines the role of the social "outsider" in seminal works of various key literary ... discusses his perception of social alienation in their work ...
... A subtype, called a wrangler, specifically tends the horses used to work cattle ... In addition to ranch work, some cowboys work for or participate in rodeos ... documented historical role, but in the modern world have established the ability to work at virtually identical tasks and obtained considerable respect for their achievements ...
... to set such limits devised a set of three criteria which must be met in order for a work to be legitimately subject to state regulation whether the average person, applying ...
... Weorc or Work (Anglo-Saxon leader), who gave his name to Workington or 'Weorc-inga-tun', meaning the 'tun' (settlement) of the 'Weorcingas' (the people ...
Famous quotes related to work:
“If your work is made more easy
By a friendly, helping hand,
—Unknown. If You Have a Friend (l. 3133)
“Because I have work to care about, it is possible that I may be less difficult to get along with than other women when the double chins start to form.”
—Gloria Steinem (b. 1934)
“Whether outside work is done by choice or not, whether women seek their identity through work, whether women are searching for pleasure or survival through work, the integration of motherhood and the world of work is a source of ambivalence, struggle, and conflict for the great majority of women.”
—Sara Lawrence Lightfoot (20th century)
“I pray every single second of my life; not on my knees, but with my work. My prayer is to lift woman to equality with man. Work and worship are one with me. I can not imagine a God of the universe made happy by my getting down on my knees and calling him great.”
—Susan B. Anthony (18201906)
“But the doctrine of the Farm is merely this, that every man ought to stand in primary relations to the work of the world, ought to do it himself, and not to suffer the accident of his having a purse in his pocket, or his having been bred to some dishonorable and injurious craft, to sever him from those duties.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)