We have no meanings for "work than" in our records yet.
It entails a good deal more work than the average college application.
It just takes more work than the Times devoted to its overview.
I end up doing more work than I think I'm paid for.
I did-andnow I have far more work than I can handle.
It was much more work than I had thought it would be.
The Ivets were so insular, yet they did more work than most.
Pushing people is a lot more work than running along with them.
It's harder to make a smaller engine work than a larger one.
There is more to the work than you and the others guessed.
Bedient, prepared for greater work than this, was lonely in the sunlight.
I don't like to take on more work than I can handle.
Standing Out Branding a brewery can take more work than owners anticipate.
On the other hand there is more at work than mere feeling.
But so many idle weeks made it seem harder work than ever.
Many of them are better equipped for such work than I am.
I thought you cared more for your work than for your family.
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