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  • n. Female equivalent of handyman.


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  • Ms. Hamlin doesn't consider herself much of a handywoman, but with the job market so weak, "we just want to do as much as we can ourselves to save money," she said.

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  • A handyman/handywoman can be a great choice for home repairs, especially for homeowners who need help with smaller jobs, or those who have a variety of projects.

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  • For a time, big box home stores tried to target the female handywoman, but these chains quickly lost ground.

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  • The characters speak English and their experiences are cataloged in a Latin Telenovela format, and the protagonists (including a jewelry maker from Haiti, a handywoman from Mexico, and an accountant from China) were based on the nonprofit's own immigrant and refugee entrepreneur clientele.

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  • She took in boarders, sewed and washed for neighbors, and even worked as a handywoman.

    Rose Schneiderman.

  • I also love the fact that I can feel like a handywoman by constructing my own furniture.

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  • And I know exactly what you mean about the whole "being your own handywoman" feeling...

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  • Since you love your gays don't you think you should have a lesbian handywoman?

    CNN Transcript Jun 21, 2007

  • Better to be with the guy who gives you a big romantic kiss and then takes you into the zombie-proof hideaway that he paid a real handyman or handywoman to build. Top Stories

  • Each time you use it to do some repairs at home or at the office will definitely make you the handyman or handywoman you have always dreamed of.

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