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  • n. A handyman or handywoman.


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  • Or I could have called up a handyperson, said "fix this" and then paid him or her whatever the price was, but I'm cheap and not very wealthy.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Start a list and your butch handyperson sister will tackle the jobs.

    Facing the No-Win Problem while nailed into my apartment

  • Actually BRING a well trained animal to SEE me - why do think I am always off seeing the squirrels - but good suggestion and I think we are all agreed on the simple tasks of a handyperson would be great - now how to get the people who need simple things like changing a light bulb or setting up my computer system.

    Mummy's Curse and making a difference in (other's) quality of life

  • Unless you're a committed handyperson who putters to relax, you have to choose - doing your art or fixing up your house.

    Slacker Environmentalists

  • Especially since it turned out that Tom, the family all around handyperson, had added some prunes to a few bottles, making his "root beer" a little more interesting/intoxicating.

    In a Glass

  • Hire a housekeeper, maintenance people, a handyperson, and “special task” people.

    The 28 Laws of Attraction

  • No. Here's a little clue as to what they're doing: rambling from broke park to broke park, offering their handyperson services in return for being able to park their humble camper in a corner somewhere, hopefully safe from wild raccoons and roaming bandits.


  • Mr Huber works as the carpenter and Mr Brooks the handyperson for the support service.

    Muswellbrook Chronicle - Front Page

  • Here are a few suggestions for the handy or would-be handyperson on your gift list. rss feed

  • However, as any handyperson knows, while the do-it-yourself approach is slow, it is also extremely satisfying. - Home Page


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