the overall training course or development of your respective working life or one's expert achievements: an officer with a distinguished job; an instructor amid a lengthy profession.
A path or training course, by the sun through the heavens.
Speed: "My hasting days fly on with full job” ( John Milton).
an individual's calling in life; an individual's occupation; an individual's career.
An individual’s work and life roles over their particular lifespan.
A jouster's path during a joust.
A race training course: the ground go beyond.
A running; full speed; an instant program.
General strategy or conduct in life, or perhaps in a specific component or calling in life, or in some kind of special undertaking; typically applied to training course or conduct that is of a public personality.
The trip of a hawk.
The ground on which a race is operate; a race-course; therefore, course; course; means.
A charge or run at full-speed, as in justing.
General course of action or motion; process; length of proceeding; a certain plan of action or career creating the object of your life: as, “honour's reasonable career,” Dryden.
[Sometimes used positively to symbolize a certain or conspicuous profession of some type: because, a person with a vocation before him.]
In the manège, somewhere inclosed with a barrier, which to run the band.
In falconry, a flight or tour of this hawk, about 120 yards.
A prison; a lock-up; specifically, one in a German college or university.
among the 8 to 12 stalls, sealed with taverns, that events had been were only available in a Roman circus. These people were arranged with slanting axes in an effort to not ever give an unfair advantage to any competitor.
the particular career for which you are trained
the typical development of the working or expert life