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  • n. Plural form of homemaker.


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  • I did notice there was more depression in homemakers as time went by, and it happened in the era when so many of them were wearing sports clothes and sweat pants -- or whatever you call them.

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  • The backlash against homemakers is really strong these days.

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  • And working women don't have the time to put on the afternoon tea for other homemakers, which is the kind of thing our great grandmothers who were homemakers, used to enjoy so much

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  • Additionally, upper and middle class women were encouraged to remain homemakers.

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  • Also, his dad working as a street vendor in LA is illegal (though the politically correct LAPD turn a blind eye to it), and street vendors and "homemakers" (maids) get paid cash and don't pay taxes.

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  • Yet the fight for political equality remains a tough one in this largely patriarchal nation where women remain stereotyped as "homemakers," says Abigail Shuma, a gender activist in

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  • Thanks for the 2 hour episodes and know that you have to "homemakers" loving every minute of this season! Today's Latest Headlines

  • SPRINGFIELD (AP) - Some seniors who depend on hired "homemakers" to wash their laundry, cook their meals and give them baths might get a little less help around the house.


  • "crack-brained" ideas are already out there: illegal immigrants are the root of our unemployment problem; the President is a socialist traitor born in Africa; women should return to their traditional roles of unpaid "homemakers"; the government is convening death panels to decide who gets to live.


  • If you like the articles here, you are welcome to link to them, and if you are friendly to homemakers, you are welcome to quote me.

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