And while many slave away
at the gym or go on long runs, Mosley says just two minutes of intense exercise a week is all you need.
She is one of six celebs filming the BBC's extreme show, 24 Hours in the Past, and will slave away
at some of the period's worst jobs.
Dobby had to slave away
in the kitchens at Hogwarts but Marcliffe owner Stewart Spence says he's now happily retired.
English - and Welsh - winemakers, who slave away
in our marginal climate to grow their grapes against all the odds, are understandably worried that consumers may well mistake "British" for home-grown "English" wine, deflecting their sales and giving 'real' English wine a bad name.
Sure I can slave away
for years playing Shield cricket.
There was no way that I was going to the local supermarket to buy all the ingredients and then slave away
in front of the stove.
THE misery of life in a Chinese sweatshop is chillingly revealed by Chun Wong, 18, who travelled 700 miles from her home to slave away
at one of the Guangdong plants.
His policy is also morally corrupt, relying as it does on Chinese workers' willingness to slave away
all week for a meagre pounds 17.
Those people -the majority,I imagine, young people -who slave away
in restaurants across Merseyside for probably not a great deal of money (and zeropublicity) will probably be pleased that we all now know how hard they have to work to feed our bellies
Still, these brands have their downside, and Beaudoin uses the metaphor of the Body of Christ to unveil the connection between the bodies of young customers branded by these companies and the impoverished and oppressed bodies of the (often young) workers who slave away
in sweatshops owned of run by these companies.
A group of girls, led by 16-year-old Katie Smith, gave up their lunch breaks to slave away
in the school's design and technology department.
Does he feel he is above the mundane, while expecting his councillors to slave away
, carrying out the implementation of a new council structure he himself pushed for?
I was reminded, upon being told of this underground system, of Herman Melville's story, "The Paradise of Bachelors and the Tartarus of Maids," in which a society of prosperous, pampered white businessmen lounge in an urban men's-club environment while, below them, in an underground factory/sweatshop world very similar to Disney's underground workplaces, an army of young working-class women slave away
to produce the commodities and services upon which the "bachelors" thrive.
Perhaps someone should remind them that it's not as if they are having to slave away
at a real job together on a basic wage.