The Light Work
exhibition, Llanfairfechan town hall, Tuesday 10.
c Most child labor is illegal because the law forbids work for those under 13 and allows only light work
for those between 13 and 15.
The wonder emerges from a light work
by James Turrell, which turns the lanterns into glowing coloured beacons as darkness falls.
Now, researchers have unveiled a component that can do this light work
but is made of silicon, the workhorse material of microelectronics.
The claw-design hand fork makes light work
of tough ground, allowing you to break up the soil which aerates and prepares for weeding for the coming growing season.
In 1998 he was an artist-in-residence at Light Work
in Syracuse, NY.
As the old saying goes, many hands make light work
-- and the work gets done better.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall looked on in the Royal Box as Federer made light work
of his opponent, notching a 6-1 6-3 6-2 victory.
Meanwhile Penylan's Mark Harding, current Welsh indoor pairs champion, made light work
of his first two rounds, beating Mid Glamorgan county player Mark Jones of Harlequins 21-5 in the first round before despatching young Penhill star, James Wason, in round two (21-9).
Sri Lanka made light work
of the run-chase, reaching 68 for one in 17.
The Kangaroos made light work
of a 16-point handicap to deliver England's heaviest World Cup defeat.
But they made relatively light work
of the deciding match tie-break, winning it 10-3.