• a labor of Hercules
  • 大変な力[努力]のいる仕事
  • be in labor
  • お産の床にいる
  • good labor relations
  • 良好な労使関係
  • labor the point [the obvious]
  • 論点[わかりきったこと]をくどくどと話す
  • labor to learn the languages
  • 言語を習得するのに苦労する
  • labor with child
  • 陣痛で苦しむ(◆無冠詞)
  • withdraw one's labor
  • ストライキを打つ
  • A household servant who killed his master could be sentenced to death, while a master who killed his servant would be arrested and forced into a year of hard labor for the state.
  • Wikipedia: Society of the Song Dynasty
  • A rise in automated manufacturing using robotic technology has created related industries in the area; inexpensive labor in other parts of the world and increased competition have led to a steady transformation of certain types of manufacturing jobs in the region with the Detroit area gaining new lithium ion battery plants.
  • Wikipedia: Detroit
  • About 14% of the labor force works in the government sector for state and county services and schools; in the non-government sector, manufacturing is the largest industry at about 17% of the labor force.
  • Wikipedia: Warren County, Indiana
  • After the indictment, some of Du Bois's associates distanced themselves from him, and the NAACP refused to issue a statement of support; but many labor figures and leftists – including Langston Hughes – supported Du Bois.
  • Wikipedia: W. E. B. Du Bois
  • Although McKinley believed that the health of the nation depended on that of business, he was evenhanded in dealing with labor.
  • Wikipedia: William McKinley
  • Although the government used the labor of state-owned slaves, corvée laborers, and convicts in its workshops, they also hired skilled craftsmen who were well-paid.
  • Wikipedia: Economy of the Han Dynasty
  • Another aspect of the labor defense was an effort to rally popular support to free the defendants, in the hope that public pressure would help achieve acquittals.
  • Wikipedia: Smith Act trials of Communist Party leaders
  • As a result, most of the Rosewood survivors took on manual labor jobs, working as maids, shoe shiners, or in citrus factories or lumber mills.
  • Wikipedia: Rosewood massacre
  • As the law began to take effect, Patton himself agreed that it had gone too far, and his Secretary of Labor worked with representatives from organized labor to draft changes in the law.
  • Wikipedia: Paul E. Patton
  • By the end of 1955, thousands of political prisoners had returned home, and told their experiences of the gulag labor camps.
  • Wikipedia: Nikita Khrushchev
  • Cooper had the support of organized labor and benefitted from a large segment of Kentuckians who voted for Republican Richard M.
  • Wikipedia: John Sherman Cooper