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Use "jobbing" in a sentence
"The apprentices on Thornton, are what is termed a jobbing gang, that is, they are hired out by their master to any planter who may want their services."
"Rankin resides in our village of Littleborough, and is by trade what is known as a jobbing gardener."
"I am told that there is one part of their business very laborious, digging holes for the receiving of cane-plants, which I have not as yet seen; but this does not occupy above a month at the utmost, at two periods of the year; and on my estate this service is chiefly performed by extra negroes, hired for the purpose; which, although equally hard in the hired negroes (called a jobbing gang), at least relieves my own, and after all puts even the former on much the same footing with English day-labourers."