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Labour (U.S. spelling, "labor") can mean one of:

  1. In economics one of the three main factors of production. The term refers to work done by human employees. See Labour (economics), Labor market
  2. Manual work or the people who do manual work, see manual labour[?].
  3. the process of childbirth
  4. Labour Party: see Australian Labor Party, British Labour Party, Irish Labour Party[?], New Zealand Labour Party, Partij van de Arbeid
  5. Labour movement, labour union

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