We have broken the back of back-breaking
Or why only the poor bend over to this back-breaking
Because it's back-breaking
getting little ones in and out of the back seat without them.
Immigrant tree planters in Canada's British Columbia who were forced to toil for long hours without adequate food or shelter have been awarded a substantial judgement for their back-breaking
THIS is regarding the report 'Back-breaking
burden for our schoolchildren' (GDN ,May 10).
We would like to thank the residents who donated slabs and Lol and Dave who did the back-breaking
The drive was 'back-breaking
' said motorists, adding that they did not mind using Garhoud and Safa toll gates to reach their work places faster.
Chilling though the battle between Batman and The Joker is (it carries a parental advisory warning because of its sickening scenes of torture) it comes a close second behind the back-breaking
Bane story arc.
And, interestingly, it is the women who are doing the bulk of the back-breaking
work including fixing broken tiles, scrubbing windows and re-painting the doors.
physical work was to be expected; the relentless hazing from colleagues, the abuse by clients who apparently had nothing better to do, and the bizarre propositions from gays and straights alike dogged him relentlessly.
Not only does the Garden Groom save the back-breaking
task of picking up the trimmings, it will save up to 40 percent in the time it takes to trim.
Within six years, Shirley and her sisters and brothers in DARE (Direct Action for Rights and Equality) had revamped the state's antiquated payroll system, won nearly $100,000 in back pay and, by 1996, made Rhode Island the only state in the country to offer fully paid health insurance to women who perform the back-breaking
work of caring for other people's children.
These are packed with reusable stickers and offer the opportunity to learn about wildlife and nature, get them away from the telly and maybe help the grown-ups with a bit of the back-breaking
It is grueling, back-breaking
work--the sort that most of us born in the United States would never do for any amount of money.
Are we to forget the past years when Labour, in power, gave us the highest rates in the country, the Loftus bank and Skinningrove floods debacles, plus many idiotic schemes, like back-breaking
humps on Redcar front and the demise of Redcar as a main shopping area, plus millions of pounds wasted on many regeneration projects?