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  • Tho 'I am not the discouraged home-maker you addressed, I needed to thank you anyway.

    Home Living

  • Sarah Palin needs to stay in Alaska and be a home-maker and not a politician.

    Rove: Palin's resignation lacks clear strategy

  • In addition she was a home-maker, mother of two, hostess, and "ex-officio partici [pant] in quite a few events of historical importance." (from a letter she wrote to HUC, March 26, 1962) She and her husband divorced in 1956.

    Personal Information for Martha Montor

  • Although outwardly secular, Tarek was raised in the type of traditional Muslim family typical of the Middle East: Abaya-covered home-maker mother; extended family under one roof; strong expectations of marriage.

    David Kaufman: Urban Legend: Black Men, Gayness and the Hypocrisy of the DL

  • We are a clumsy home-maker and mother of three who cannot ride her hybrid on the multi-use path without weaving into oncoming traffic like a monkey who just left his bachelor party.

    BSNYC Product Review: Surly Big Dummy

  • In addition she was a home-maker, mother of two, hostess, and "ex-officio partici [pant] in quite a few events of historical importance." (from a letter she wrote to HUC, March 26, 1962) She and her husband divorced in 1956.

    Personal Information for Martha Montor

  • Three generations gather to commemorate the death of the oldest son of a doctor and his wife, a home-maker.

    Still Walking Japanese Movie

  • On the one hand were the magazines promising perfection of various sorts: How to be the perfect mother, cook, hostess, gardener, home-maker etc. and right beside them the tabloid magazines that glory in other people's misery--the break up of marriages, or the battles with anorexia.

    Real People and Paper Dolls

  • We are, after all, in the POV of a very traditional home-maker woman.

    The Moon is a slightly warmer place today...

  • In both film and stage version, three women working in an office who occupy various roles -- the hard-charging exec held back cause of her sex; the blond bombshell sterotyped because of her look; and the mousey home-maker forced to return to work after her hubby's was caught cheating -- stage a guerilla action against an egregiously sexist boss.

    Brad Balfour: Q&A: Singer/Actress Stephanie J. Block Steps Out With 9 to 5: The Musical

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