employ

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  • A team of over a hundred people can be employed full-time for a single project.
  • But a big portion were self-employed or involved in family labour.
  • This means other techniques born from long-distance communication must also be employed.
  • A variety of road building equipment is employed in road building.
  • Another loss was for those whom the employed women served.
  • She became the first woman to be employed as a teacher in a public school for boys.
  • These units may be employed full-time or part-time.
  • Elected officials, including the mayor, are not employed full-time by the city.
  • Very few companies employ large numbers of home-based full-time staff.
  • It is also employed to express opinion about possible future events.
  • It employed full-time and part-time personnel, and had a youth wing.
  • Soon after this period he appears to have been constantly employed under his grandfather.
  • Instead, they received standard pay, and were employed by the state on a fixed-term basis.
  • Economic resources were employed in and destroyed by the war effort.
  • The majority of the work force is employed in the service sector and in administration.
  • If these systems do not break, failure analysis might be employed to determine the cause.
  • Many of them had been employed by the Americans and were left to their fate.
  • That is, governments are the means through which state power is employed.
  • All graduates with medical degrees reported being employed full-time in the medical field.
  • Even part-time workers with extremely low hours are classified as employed.
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