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Definition of Farmwork
1. labor done on a farm [n -S]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Farmwork
Literary usage of Farmwork
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Child Welfare in North Carolina by National Child Labor Committee (U.S.), Wiley Hampton Swift (1918)
"One day of farmwork does not make a child a farmworker and in all probability the results would have been more striking could the real farmworkers (who do ..."
2. Fingers to the Bone: United States Failure to Protect Child Farmworkers by Lee Tucker, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (2000)
"The Effect of farmwork on Education All of the juvenile farmworkers interviewed by Human Rights Watch had dropped out of school or been held back at least ..."
3. The Child Labor Bulletin by National Child Labor Committee (U.S.) (1918)
"Each had been absent 70 days for farmwork, three having been absent four days and one for five days in addition owing to illness, which made their ..."
4. Papers and Proceedings of the Surgeon General's Conference on Agricultural edited by Melvin L. Myers (1994)
"wages or salary, or receive only a token cash allowance, or do farmwork for room and board or payment-in-kind. The largest component (46 percent) of the ..."
5. Gender Equality and Investments in Adolescents in the Rural Philippines by Howarth E. Bouis (1998)
"In most rural societies, adolescent girls are more heavily involved in household chores than boys, and adolescent boys are more heavily involved in farmwork ..."
6. The Philippine Public Schools at the Panama Pacific International Exposition (1915)
"Grade V Grammar and Composition Reading and Spelling Arithmetic Agriculture Study period farmwork, three consecutive periods daily Carpentry and repair work ..."