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a worker who has to do all the unpleasant or boring jobs that no one else wants to do

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Sarda Wales has around a dozen fully trained dogs that can be called out for a rescue, but Rob says they're always looking for new dogsbodies to help with young dog training.
The days are long gone when a football club's young players filled in the time between matches by being general dogsbodies for the groundsman and senior players.
Some of the so-called serfs of Westminster Palace earn as little as pounds 11,000 for the privilege of working as new Labour dogsbodies.
LET'S hope Stan Gray has never worked in the nursing profession if he feels caring for sick people makes nurses dogsbodies (Letters, April 24).
Groundsmen, scorers, secretaries, treasurers, organisers, general dogsbodies, you name it -you couldn't manage without them so show your appreciation and nominate.
A source close to the investigation told the Record yesterday: "For years the Indians, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Saudi servants have been used as dogsbodies by the white Mafia who run the drinks business.