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- n. Social work devoted to the needs of individual clients or cases.
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- n. the work required to deal with cases in any profession where a "case" has a specific definition (eg. legal, social work, planning, etc.).
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- n. close sociological study of a maladjusted person or family for diagnosis and treatment
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But the boom in casework also attracted increased scrutiny from local consumer advocates and attorneys that uncovered examples of improper notarizations.
Unions can't just act as giant 'casework' organisations.
I wanted to show you a few pictures of my first completed piece of what I guess you'd call "casework".
'casework', as well as of a Parliamentary representative.
These variances are defined by the variable geometries and the usable thickness of the casework and walls.
All ongoing constituent casework will need to be either closed out or transferred to another member of the Massachusetts delegation, said Beth Provenzano, an aide to Secretary of the Senate Nancy Erickson.
It is usable in furniture, cabinetry, casework, and interior design elements.
• Helping Constituents - Women legislators receive more constituent casework requests then their male colleagues, are more responsive and more likely to follow through to get a favorable resolution for their constituents.
“These are casework calls from people needing help with Medicare, veterans benefits, Social Security,” and other issues, like unemployment, she said.
The next few months putting together the casework was crucial.