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part work

(Brit) a series of magazines issued as at weekly or monthly intervals, which are designed to be bound together to form a complete course or book
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  • He could not compete with the new type of workman, the man bred to do part work.

    Still Jim Honor Willsie Morrow
  • Jack has only part work with us this year and is doing something at the university, too.

    Betty Lee, Senior

    Harriet Pyne Grove
  • With Peru, however, we must in part work backward, by first constructing a system from what we find upon pottery.

    The Ceramic Art Jennie J. Young

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