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  • n. Plural form of handyperson.

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Examples

  • 'handypeople' scheme is likely to be limited to the elderly, students and those on benefits.

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  • And in a further move, 45,000 'vulnerable' individuals in 90 burglary hotspots will benefit from a £6million Safer Homes fund to pay for local ' handypeople' to fit window locks and other security devices.

    Bloody insulting, condescending and demeaning: Jacqui Smith B&Q tokens.

  • Others enjoy seasonal work as store clerks, wait staff, handypeople, and fee collectors in-season at resorts and parks.

    The RVer’s Bible

  • And in a further move, 45,000 'vulnerable' individuals in 90 burglary hotspots will benefit from a £6million Safer Homes fund to pay for local 'handypeople' to fit window locks and other security devices.

    British Blogs

  • So for us to actually get in there and prep the walls before painting would take us, handypeople we are not, over five years I would say.

    Tasmiya

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