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not regular or skilled

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Paula's odd-job man - played by Victoria star Tom Hughes - discovered the affair and began to blackmail Philip.
She said: "We believe he initially visited the victim offering his services as an odd-job man.
AN odd-job man who mounted a two-year campaign of harassment against the daughter of a Midland earl has been banned from contacting her again.
Neighboring retailers on the busy pedestrian corridor include a Century 21 Department Store, Modell's Sporting Goods, Odd-Job, David's Bridal, The Wiz and Lane Bryant.
And I'm sure you ladies appreciated the sight of shirtless odd-job man Martin (Richard Coyle) fiddling with her overheated Aga just as much.
But this was marred by a net drop in handouts, down five per cent, and odd-job earnings, down four per cent.
Before he took up acting, Andrew Kazamia was a real odd-job man.
Smith, 35, says she started the business after seeing a television news segment that focused on women with successful odd-job businesses.
Handyman franchisees offer repair, maintenance and odd-job services to both residential and commercial customers.
David Leeman, 60, blasted his wife Jennie, 44, five times with an illegally held semiautomatic pistol six days after she left him for odd-job man Norman Laramy, 40.
Britain's junior odd-job economy is worth pounds 696million a year as youngsters earn money doing everything from car washing to lawn mowing.
TWO men who worked as the gardener and odd-job man running a cannabis 'factory' in Nuneaton have been jailed.
The odd-job man, working in Batley, West Yorks, said: "I just saw the bloody stump.
THE odd-job man wanted over the disappearance of Polish student Angelika Kluk is a convicted child rapist.
The dead odd-job man's sister Jackie, 42, said: "We're devastated.