We have no meanings for "work somehow" in our records yet.
Essentially, does the fact that I find his opinions utterly repugnant invalidate his work somehow?
I can always get through the day's work somehow.
Couldn't we just this once make it work somehow?
The stone must work somehow on a pivot.
And the new rules also add an appeals process for filmmakers whose work somehow doesn't get reviewed.
We've managed to make it work somehow.
We've got to make that work somehow.
And they get through their work somehow.
I feel warmer to my work somehow.
Attempting to tease out the philosophical puzzles in Samuel Beckett's work somehow seems to make it more impenetrable.
Trudy made it work somehow.
He felt as if he must get to work somehow or other to provide for his wife and child.
We shall manage the work somehow, never fear; and think of the tea and refreshments, and sails in the punts!
I've an ambition to complete my wilderness education, and though I'm no butcher, I'll manage this piece of work somehow.
Whereas most people, although they were in a bad way physically, still tried to get to work somehow, to go somewhere.
Evidently, the Hebrews got through the work somehow each day, putting very little straw in the clay, or sometimes none at all.
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