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Re: Work

Posted by Bruce Kahl on March 18, 2005

In Reply to: Work posted by Matt Tupa on March 18, 2005

: What does this phrase mean: I have my work cut out for me.

It means that the job you need to do is simply ready to be done, that it is all right there in front of you waiting for your action.

You don't have to think about the work you need to do because all you need to do is just sit down and do it.