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a woman employed as a chaperon in a residence for young people

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To keep Ma Fell's legacy alive, ATO will hold a concert April 15 in Harrington Auditorium at the school in honor of their late housemother.
Weiss and her mother, in which Mary tried to dodge any responsibility for her daughter's abuse, Precious vents to her housemother in the halfway kitchen.
On Sunday the housemother wanted us to get dressed up, and we said that nobody gets dressed up for our holiday on Saturday.
Shelley becomes the Zeta Alpha Zeta housemother, teaching the girls the ways of make-up and men with her skills and charm to help them realise their true potential.
Garrett, who worked as the housekeeper on "Diff'rent Strokes" in 1978, then spent seven seasons as the housemother at a private all-girls school.
Later on the first day we met upstairs in the parlor for instructions from our head housemother, Mrs.
GAMBLING addict Theresa Bragg, 43, tracks down her childhood "guardian angel" housemother in Middlesbrough's Nazareth House - to fleece her of pounds 500,000.
Yet normally, he adds, "the woman must remain the housemother, the homekeeper, and the man must remain the breadwinner.
Do everything with joy," Housemother Mary Coccagna, 25-year veteran of residential direct-care services.
An advertisement in The Stage for housemother at The Truffle Club put paid to the new life - and the relationship.
The Comintern, sort of a Russian housemother of the worldwide revolutionary movement, ordered the two squabbling groups to merge and even decreed a name, more hopefully than realistically: the United Communist Party.
The kindergarten has 6 teachers and a housemother, most of whom are graduates of al Tufula.
Morag was employed as a housemother between 1970 and 1984 and her Welsh husband worked there in the 70s and 80s.