Re: 2012 Tour De France - A Job Of Work

Postby Iseneye on Wed 1/Feb/12 11:49am

Looks like the phrase has been around for a while:

Etymology

From the phrase jobbe of work "piece of work", from Middle English jobbe "piece, article". Of uncertain origin. Perhaps related to Middle English gobbe "lump, mouthful", Middle English jobben "to jab, thrust, peck", or Middle English choppe "piece, bargain".
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