handyman

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Synonyms for handyman

odd-jobman

Synonyms

Synonyms for handyman

a man skilled in various odd jobs and other small tasks

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8220;Ultra Handy Man is our first skin care product just for men and a great holiday stocking stuffer,” says Sales R Us founder Vicki Gailzaid.
Ultra Handy Man, like the company's popular Ultra Balm product, contains Vitamin A, which acts as an anti-oxidant and slows the aging process; Vitamin D, which facilitates the growth of new cells and enhances the immune system, and Vitamin E to prevent cell damage, repair and heal tissue, and reduce scarring.
Listen also for David Hill's original recording of All Shook Up, Del Shannon's take on Jimmy Jones' Handy Man, plus a fascinating demo of Blackwell himself singing One Broken Heart For Sale, which would go on to be yet another charttopper for Elvis.
Dr Zsigmond, who was earlier this month made an honorary Scouser, said it took the handy man no more than two minutes to get back to his car.
Dr Zsigmond, who is semi-retired, told how he called out a handy man to fix a cabinet.
Tenor saxophonist Brecker has supported James Taylor on a number of the singer's albums, so it was time for the Handy Man to return the favor.
For the PC novice, Symantec's Healthy PC for Handy Man for Windows 95 ($29) and PC Handy Man for Windows 95 ($49.
Coun Margaret Byrne (Lab, Shard End), questioned why funding had stopped for the Handy Man project in Shard End while LINk had so much.
The Handy Man service helped frail, disabled and elderly people with their gardens and decorating.