We have no meanings for "work weekends" in our records yet.
A call came in, and because Ruth didn't work weekends, Jonah answered.
How did that guy who doesn't work weekends become so successful?
You said the construction crew checks out at five-thirty and they don't work weekends.
That way I can say that I'm paid to holiday and only work weekends! Listen
Jenny didn't work weekends; on Saturdays Nola filled in.
You work weekends, bank holidays, Christmas and Easter.
The nail and hammer crew doesn't work weekends.
He didn't take overtime, he didn't work weekends.
Lexi didn't just work weekends.
Spokesperson John Hart said alcohol and increasing drug use by people meant many taxi drivers were now reluctant to work weekends.
To earn extra money, I often work weekends as an agency nurse, but my daughter asks, Why are you always working?
They seldom work weekends and have much of the off-season off, ensuring they are less often forced to spend time with non-football-fans.
British Medical Association leader Dr Mark Porter has said the union supports more seven-day working but said senior doctors "already work weekends".
I usually work weekends, but have been here all summer because the summer camp I usually work at was closed due to the virus.
But Mountain still must often work weekends, cleaning up after basketball games, to help cover the rent in a nearby duplex and pay other bills.
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Work weekends across language varieties