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time off in lieu

A term for holiday/annual leave time taken instead of pay for extra hours worked. For GPs, TOIL is typically derived from the difference between average rostered hours and normal basic hours. Usually, the excess of the former over the latter is banked, and taken as time off.
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They toil to prevent negative feelings or to achieve ego improvements, and appreciate their activity as they equate themselves with its conducive value (Lazaroiu, 2013): they may experience some dominion of their conduct.
Star Crossed" Season 1 Episode 3 "Our Toil Shall Strive to Mend" was written by Adele Lim and directed by Deran Sarafian.
But the notion of free time, parts of our lives not devoted to toil, or to established forms, but to just satisfying personal desires is almost entirely new.
But it was alleged at Mold Crown Court that when she stood to lose a large number of TOIL (time off in lieu) hours she drip-fed dishonest and inflated claims into the system.
Chief judge Francis Hodgson said the pics "tell solid truths about toil and communality".
The 26-year-old's toil raised new question marks over his Test future after recent struggles in sub-continental series against Sri Lanka and the Indians.
Churchill had "nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears, and sweat".
Imagine what that does to the morale of those inside the company that toil each and every day, knowing full well that their leader really isn't in it for the long-haul.
An evocative and soulful anthology that pays respect to the goodness of hard and honest toil.
Teach us to be generous, good Lord; teach us to serve you as you deserve; to give and not to count the cost; to fight and not to heed the wounds; to toil and not to seek for rest; to labor and not to ask for any reward, save that of knowing we do your will.
Llesho, the youngest son, has toughened after years of toil as a chained laborer in the pearl beds.
Russia is continuing to operate Gulag-style labor camps where thousands of North Koreans toil under grim conditions," reported the August 7th issue of The Scotsman.