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head-of-household

Definitions

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  • n. Attributive form of head of household

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This is why such entry-level jobs are totally inappropriate for head-of-household bread winners.

    How Congress Wages An Economic Race War

  • I would rather see strong autonomous families (even so far as full pater familias powers to the head-of-household) and a total lack of parens patriae power on the part of the state than I would non-autonomous families and a strong parens patriae power.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Do ‘Family Values’ Weaken Families?”

  • In Africa, poverty is a 14-year-old orphaned head-of-household trying to find fresh water for himself and his siblings.

    Mark Hanlon: Squinting at Reality

  • The difference with the Browns, as explained in terms as goofy as possible by head-of-household Kody, is that "she's a sister from the same mister," he says, wrapping his arm around his daughter, "and he's a brother from another mother," doing the same with his son.

    Take My Wives, Please

  • Employer contributions for health benefits are the same whether the head-of-household works in the mailroom and earns $25,000 a year, works in the sales office and earns $75,000 a year, or works in the front office and earns $125,000 a year.

    Merrill Goozner: Myth-Making on the Misnamed Cadillac Tax

  • If Bill can't shut her down now to save what is left of his reputation, history will not remember him as a great president, but as the head-of-household of a racist family.

    Clinton touts support from 'white Americans'

  • I would rather see strong autonomous families even so far as full pater familias powers to the head-of-household and a total lack of parens patriae power on the part of the state than I would non-autonomous families and a strong parens patriae power.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Do ‘Family Values’ Weaken Families?”

  • Again, no matter how or why an infant was abandoned, it was the Roman male head-of-household who had complete legal authority to order any newborn killed or abandoned.

    Dan Agin: The Roots of Anti-Liberalism: Part III

  • In next week's column, I'll cover some other tax breaks for supporting relatives, like being able to deduct medical expenses you pay for them or being able to use favorable head-of-household filing status if you're unmarried.

    Tax Breaks for Helping a Struggling Relative

  • Foremost, keep in mind that the stimulus payments of $600 per single/head-of-household filer and $1,200 per married couple are maximum amounts, not flat sums.

    Stimulus payment expectations--and realities

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