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light work

Alternative medicine
Actualism, see there.
 
Paranormal
A permutation of aura balancing that involves use of spiritual guides.

light work

(līt wŏrk)
A physical demand level described as the exertion of up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.
See also: sedentary work, medium work, medium-heavy work, very heavy work
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Or why not make light work of edging and treat yourself to a super 18V Cordless Strimmer.
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He's also just come back into light work and has been entered for a valuable novice chase in February," he added.
The Chronicle reported that blizzards brought traffic to a standstill, although these pedestrians seem to have made light work of blazing a trail through the tundra of Derwentside.
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Those judged able to do light work will be expected to take a job in a crackdown billed as the biggest welfare shake-up for 60 years.
Leslie Webb, 61, from Gloucester, said doctors had advised him that gentle exercise on the greens and light work would help his condition.
Munroe said Wednesday's practice would consist of light work so his players can rest up for the Lynwood game after an exhausting day Tuesday.
There's no need for back-breaking work as there's an exhaustive list of garden vacs and leaf sweepers that will make light work of the task.
And while the time may not have been among the fastest recorded on the course for the Silver Goblets, the pair looked in fine form as they made light work of the Sudbury crew.
99, designed to make light work of carrying all those bevvies.