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After six months she was offered a contract of employment.
The firm has won a £5 million contract to build ships for the navy.
Our contract with the BBC expires next year.
Are you on a permanent or a fixed-term contract?
She is still under contract to Microsoft.
Under his contract he is not allowed to work for any other publisher.
The court found that the company was in breach of contract.
He has signed a six-year contract with Manchester United.
In order for it to be valid, both parties have to enter into the contract voluntarily.
The employer can terminate the contract of employment with immediate effect.
The house has been sold subject to contract.
The contract for building the hospital has been awarded to a Dutch company.
a contract killer/killing
She was accused of taking out a contract on her own husband.