That extra labour, or night-work, out of crop, should be prohibited.
night-work, when employed in the day, does not pay; on the contrary, it kills.
George, I cannot think how it is that you have night-work to do!
Dil stepped about cautiously, emptied the grate, and did up her night-work.
Our duties were defined and simple, and there was no unreasonable hurry, and no night-work: we had our evenings to ourselves.
Here, on the wharf, they get a dollar for a day's work, and a dollar-and-a-half for night-work.
My own illness of eight years back was caused by years of night-work—16 hours a day.
In a short time, I was before Mr Moxey again, whose letters threatened to terminate in night-work.
night-work and reading are all-but impossible in a climate where multitudes of insects haunt the air.
We have the absolute prohibition of night-work for our women in textile, mercantile, and manufacturing establishments.