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  • noun Plural form of housecleaner.

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Examples

  • Conscientious housecleaners know that light switches, and the areas around them, are magnets for dirty fingerprints.

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  • I'm in the SF Bay Area and I'll bet, for instance, that the vast majority of housecleaners employed are similar to the 3-man shop my roommates and I used to use a few years ago.

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  • The book depicted an idyllic, hand-washed state of overwhelmed - its characters had nannies and housecleaners and still didn't know how to do it.

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  • The company started with operational greening first, which involves retraining employees not only in specific new ways of doing tasks (for example, retraining all housecleaners on how to minimize water use when cleaning a tub) but also making them aware of why such changes are necessary, Ortega says.

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  • Mrs. Calhoun asked her husband to pass along to me a list of his friends and associates who were looking for housecleaners, and in no time I had work lined up every day of the week.

    The Madonnas of Echo Park

  • Mrs. Calhoun asked her husband to pass along to me a list of his friends and associates who were looking for housecleaners, and in no time I had work lined up every day of the week.

    The Madonnas of Echo Park

  • Mrs. Calhoun asked her husband to pass along to me a list of his friends and associates who were looking for housecleaners, and in no time I had work lined up every day of the week.

    The Madonnas of Echo Park

  • Mrs. Calhoun asked her husband to pass along to me a list of his friends and associates who were looking for housecleaners, and in no time I had work lined up every day of the week.

    The Madonnas of Echo Park

  • (Most housecleaners are white, for instance — and the same goes for other low-wage professions.)

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  • Paid several housecleaners under the table again, they wanted it that way.

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