house servant


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Synonyms for house servant

a servant who is paid to perform menial tasks around the household

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According to the medical report released by Benazir Bhutto Hospital, Rawalpindi, on Sunday an X-ray examination, as well as an ultrasound of the abdomen and pelvis, was done to investigate the extent of the injuries suffered by the 11-year-old house servant.
PBS also recorded that the prices/rate of non-food items Increased from previous month are; transport services (4.02%), motor fuel (3.29%), kerosene (1.97%), footwear (1.31%), tailoring (1.03%), mechanical services (0.94%), marriage hall charges (0.61%), construction input items (0.61%), doctor (MBBS) clinic fee (0.57%), house servant (0.47%), washing soap and detergents (0.41%), construction wage rates (0.37%), personal care (0.36%), cotton cloth (0.35%), household equipment (0.23%), readymade garments (0.20%) and drugs and medicines (0.13%).
In his childhood, he was a house servant. He did not have money to buy lunch in his schooldays.
The first book of any kind by a black American printed by a commercial publisher in the United States was The House Servant's Directory by Robert Roberts, published in Boston in 1827 by Monroe and Francis.
A strong link to her ancestors roots the implacable Kizzy (Anika Noni Rose), a house servant for Tom Lea (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), a selfish gambler determined to raise himself into the upper tiers of Southern society.
Lenoir had gotten a house servant pregnant and denied she was carrying his infant.
Born in England, she was forced to be a house servant after her parents died.
Oona prepares herself for her future responsibilities by mastering a series of battles against Samuligan, a warrior faerie left behind when the Glass Gates closed and now a Pendulum House servant. Another ally is her raven companion, Deacon, a compendium of magical knowledge.
They include house servant (maid), driver (chauffeur), watchman, cook, nanny and farmer (gardener).
The completed book, "Ruth's Journey," is the fictional telling of the life of one of the novel's central characters, a house servant called Mammy who otherwise remains nameless.
It is pertinent to mention that in the recent act of violence against women, a 10-year-old house servant Iram, a resident of Okara, was tortured to death by the house owner in Lahore.
The book, written by "Hannah Crafts" follows a house servant through her trials in the 1850s.
Joining the SAG list for outstanding cast performance are Jean-Marc Vallee's AIDS drama "Dallas Buyers Club'' and the sweeping White House servant tale "Lee Daniels' The Butler.'' Both films topped the list with three nominations each.
The Oscar-tipped drama, about the civil rights era as seen through the eyes of a black White House servant played by Forest Whitaker, has earned more than $100 million since its release five weeks ago.
The faithful White House servant, who was born on a plantation in Virginia, died three years ago - but not before fulfilling a dream by standing just yards from Barack Obama in 2008 when he became the first black American President.