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  • n. Plural form of housesitter.


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  • Now, in addition to [b] finding babysitter [/b], users can find nannies, petsitters, housesitters, elder care providers, and tutors.

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  • He fled before the gunmen arrived, but they abducted three housesitters and killed them.

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  • I need to travel a little and am seeking to add a few folks to my list of possible housesitters for my Rancho.

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  • Past housesitters have had a wonderful time in the quiet peaceful forest.

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  • By the way, if any thieves are reading this and hoping to rob the place, you have two obstacles: we've got nothing worth robbing (unless you know a fence who specializes in kimchi and used books), and our housesitters.

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  • Maureen spoke fluent Spanish, and she could have told her housesitters what to do.

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  • Turns out he was in renal failure, from dehydradation (even though we had professional petsitters/housesitters while we were gone), and anemic, which accounted for the weakness which I thought was a stroke.

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  • Dorcas Helfant-Browning, past president of the National Association of Realtors, said housesitters are especially useful in areas with lots of vacant homes.

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  • If your home is vacant, consider having housesitters live there until the property sells.

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  • They bought a four wheel drive and a caravan and signed up as housesitters.



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