Still Adrienne thought herself the obliged party, in times as critical as those which then hung over France, in being permitted to toil for a sum that would barely supply a grisette, accustomed all her life to privations, with the coarsest necessaries.
Then followed the frugal breakfast, when her commoner toil for the milliner succeeded.
Then he held out the writing stick and Mauki just barely touched it with his hand, in so doing pledging himself to toil for three years on the plantations of the Moongleam Soap Company.
And to Lord Howe came Mauki, to toil for Bunster for eight long years and a half.
While daily shift work is the book's principal focus, Coleman has also done some consulting work with the extreme version -- "fly in/fly out" arrangements in remote areas, where workers toil for
weeks at a stretch.
It shows us a man who excelled in photography - he was the first black photographer to work for the most prestigious magazines photographers could toil for
, Life and Vogue.
With much still to be done in Latin America, we hope our tribute to a select group of leaders will encourage those who toil for
progress and prosperity in the region.
While most songwriters would be willing to sweat and toil for
years to discover one perfectly crafted song, Merritt effortlessly unearths one gem after another from the vast treasure trove of his imagination.
Before their first job, many will toil for
5 years or more as postdoctoral scholars to gain further training or learn a new specialty.
Polish and other eastern-European workers are prepared to toil for
a pittance in the shipyards of the old DDR - bringing down costs for huge contracts.