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  • n. Plural form of groundkeeper.


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  • Ahead of the visit, dozens of groundkeepers were in the Bronxdale Community Center courtyard Thursday with rakes, shovels and 40-pound bags of soil to plant flowers.

    Judge's Return Splits Bronx

  • Our frustrated author starts spending more time by the goldfish pool at his hotel and meets one of the groundkeepers, an elderly gentleman who has been working at the hotel for 70 years, and now he tends to the fish.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • The building's been deserted ever since, except for a small workforce of Afghan guards and groundkeepers.

    CNN Transcript Dec 18, 2001

  • She studied the husbandry of the place and how its two hundred servants and groundkeepers and woodsmen were organized and supervised.


  • After July 4, the gardens are left in the hands of groundkeepers, neighbors and friends when the owners leave the area to spend July and August on Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.

    What Would Virgil Say?

  • The _) ause after the third bull was like the midpoint of a baseball game in the United States when the groundkeepers run out to smooth the diamond, for now the big gate on the sunny side opened to admit two teams of mules dragging behind them heavy bags that levelled out the sand.



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