We have no meanings for "work this weekend" in our records yet.
Unlike some people I know, I'm not planning to work this weekend.
I only need to work this weekend.
Instead he is just focused on his work this weekend in the Robson Civil Projects Townsville Supersprint.
In Alabama, where the national strike originated, corrections officers joined the strike by not showing up to work this weekend, officials confirmed.
Angelica Pineda, co-owner of Pineda Logging, said nine workers with the Idaho contractor will be out of work this weekend because of the suspension.
Scholars Baroque Aotearoa and the Opus Orchestra are performing the work this weekend -in Tauranga on Saturday evening, and on Sunday afternoon in Hamilton.
An off-shore oil and gas exploration project worth about €17 million is due to begin work this weekend 32 nautical miles north-west of Mayo.
I didn't expect... you said you were working this weekend.
I'm working this weekend, but next Friday for sure.
"I have to work this weekend," she reminded him.
"Do you have to work this weekend, Shanshan?"
"I have to work this weekend, Kylie," Seth told her as he drove out onto the street.
"If you have to work this weekend, Merrie, I'm going to kill you." And for once, he sounded as though he meant it.
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