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  • n. Plural form of housepainter.


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  • • Out on the streets, the postman and cable guys and housepainters and lawn-maintenance people and the other day workers made their noisy, oblivious rounds.

    Amateur Barbarians

  • Cut Your Own Lawn - My neighborhood is always full of lawn guys (one is blasting his leaf blower away outside now), babysitters, housecleaners, housepainters, carpenters, and landscapers keeping everything perfect at all times, at houses where nobody's ever home.

    Pamela Redmond Satran: Creative Career Advice for the Newly-Broke

  • Professional housepainters, maybe, but if you're working that high up and not using a scaffold you're crazier than I was when I used to paint houses back in college.

    Spring mending time

  • The first couple of volunteers would be plants, dressed like housepainters or construction workers.

    “Classy” Freddie Blassie

  • Fiesole, and the slow walk through its cool cloisters; in place of the dead files of uniform ugly houses, Venetian palaces, with the water at their base, reflecting the colors which Giorgione and Titian, housepainters at

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 01, No. 01, November, 1857 A Magazine of Literature, Art, and Politics

  • One of the men of the party, a little old man who followed the housepainters trade, was unmarried and lived with his mother.

    Triumph of the Egg, and Other Stories

  • Several years of evaluation, planning and construction later, it now rests in its permanent home inside the Rosenbach's first-floor gallery, where conservation work is under way to stabilize flaking paint and remove layers from housepainters who accidentally covered parts of the characters as they painted around them. rss feed

  • It takes decades of data from the US Geological Survey on temperature and precipitation across the US, and insures weather-dependent businesses farmers, housepainters, golf ranges - anyone involved in the outdoors.

  • And that demand put a lot of the housepainters and carpenters in the business of producing decoys.”

    Decoys Aren't Just for Hunters Anymore

  • Jerusalem, 2004), one of a family of housepainters, was the son of Yakov Steinbrecher, a member of the Zionist movement and head of the Yad Haruzim synagogue in Sanok.

    Dalia Ofer.


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