This is yet another article that sat around as a draft for far too long. I'm pushing it out, it seems alright to me.
The problem with big guys picking on little guys is that the little ones play by different rules.
So when an individual's specific action is threatened, that action is given over to the swarm. The threat turns the snake into a hydra.
Work on the ground (including rolling)
For Groundwork, the floor is honest - it doesn't pretend to be soft because it cares for you. It's feedback is just the truth, an honest reflection of your own actions.
You might be looking for Employment.
Work is the effort of doing, as opposed to thinking. Work is effortful and eventful. It is acting, sparring, moving, living.
What is called work in some martial arts, is considered Kung Fu elsewhere.
If it is none of your business, keep it that way.
Note that there's a window manager of that name, which I don't have notes on.
A state of awakenness.
The early Wikis would notice multiple capitals in a word (CamelCase) and would render them as a link to a page of that name.
This concept is regularly supplemented, if not entirely replaced by, the free link.
To contribute material.
The act of "Fleshing something out" is to add content to an existing framework. To "flesh something out" is to "work something over", to "fill in the gaps" or "bring to life". It is a set of actions whose ultimate goal is to make their target useful.
Fleshing acts to remove a Stub.
A condition affecting web pages or web sites where hyperlinks gradually fail to connect to a live resource over time. Either links become less relevant over time, or they have ceased to exist. When an author adds a link to an outside web page, it is not possible to guarantee the link will always function. For link pages that have moved, some can be kept updated over time but often Web content moves without notice or automatically forwarding the user to the new site.
Culture > Borg
To completely absorb and integrate something.