“Work” in the news
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Publications and example sentences
· Atlanta Braves 2015 Draft Review →
He pitched in three games (one start) and allowed 11 earned runs in eight innings of work.
· Kim Davis Q&A: NHL Exec. on Racism, Inclusivity in Hockey →
Because I’ve been getting emails and calls from different parts of our ecosystem, leaders and those that are in positions of power, to really do some things differently, giving really concrete suggestions of ways we can do things and move some of this work forward.
· Michael Jordan & Jordan Brand Donate Over $100 Million To Organizations Supporting Racial Equality →
We represent a proud family that has overcome obstacles, fought against discrimination in communities worldwide, and that works every day to erase the stain of racism and the damage of injustice.
· Lewan Makes Social Media Pitch to Clowney →
“It’s just how it works.
· This May Be The Year Draftees Stick With Athletics - on the Taxi Squad →
Toward that end, you’d want your future standard bearer to get in as much good, constant, quality work as possible.
· Democrats to introduce sweeping police misconduct and racial bias reform bill →
Ambitious legislation could see major reforms to law enforcement, though more work would have to be done at local level
· The fatal arrest of Manuel Ellis, another black man who yelled “I can’t breathe,” explained →
And the country’s embassy in Washington has sent a team of investigators to work with the GBI, which has opened a probe into the case.
· George Floyd protests in Oakland →
As my brother Paul said The Beatles always stood for equal rights&justice and I’ve never stopped working for peace&love ever since.
· Gianni Infantino ponders salary caps in post-coronavirus football →
Fifa is already doing a lot of work in this area, even if we face some strong vested interests who fight against our plea for better governance.
· MLB Owners Have Players Right Where They Want Them →
Now that we’ve established that cancelling the World Series is a bad thing - repeat: a bad thing, not a good thing - let's note that Selig’s former labor lieutenant, successor, and fellow bad commissioner, Rod Manfred, is poised to become the second consecutive top man responsible for both a work stoppage and the cancellation of the World Series.