In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1no asalariados masculinepersonas sin trabajo remunerado feminine
- Tickets may be obtained from Sinnott's, Michael Street or on the door, costing, €7, concessions of €5 for OAPs, students, unwaged and children.
- The courses offered are free to those who are unemployed, with reduced rates for those who are unwaged.
- The project is run daily from 10.30 am to 4.15 pm and the cost per teenager is £12 for unwaged families and £14 for waged families.
- The ‘volunteers to work the dispatch’ are actually unwaged women working from their homes.
- According to him, many unwaged Russians survive on handouts from friends and relatives, subsistence agriculture, casual labour, petty trading or petty crime.
- In Ireland, Women in Media of Galway, with the National Women's Council of Ireland, are organizing a petition drive for a national, paid, public holiday every year on February 1, St. Bridget's Day, to honor unwaged workers.
- A 70% reduction in costs is available for unwaged persons with less than upper secondary education and pensioners with non-means tested allowances.
- That is not to say that the government should not address the issues identified by Cassells: unwaged and low-paid people need to be protected from the rising costs of child care, housing and public transport.
- Isn't it time the British music industry and their promoters got less greedy, especially as some of their main customers are unwaged kids and students?
- Welfare Warriors have created two ‘Bills for Billy’ for unwaged workers to complete to calculate how much money the government owes them for their unpaid labor.
- Organisations representing the elderly and unwaged have already registered protests, but wonder if their voices will be heard and listened to.
- If waged and unwaged workers do not have the force to resist this tendency, then many of our number will be doomed to slave status at whatever the level of productive forces the capitalists command.
- The priority will be to accommodate international and unwaged delegates.
- You can register for £30, with unwaged discounts.
- A reduction in fees of 70% is also available to those people who are unwaged and who do not qualify for free fees as outlined above.
- These courses are subsidised for people who are unwaged.
- Cotton cloth was turned into garments by poorly paid, predominately female workers in the sweatshops of the East End of London or by unwaged housewives for their families.
- In the meantime, the Club continued to operate with unwaged women working from their homes managing the driver/rider matching and dispatch service, and overseeing the day-to-day administration of the Club.
- Coaches will leave Otley Civic Centre at 7am and cost is £17 for the waged and £10 for the unwaged.
- There is another significant limit to any discussion of unwaged or underwaged labor, welfare-to-work or workfare, as ‘alienated labor’ in the Marxian sense.
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