Definitions

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  • v. To manage with skill and economy.

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Examples

  • Hirshman won't be happy even if the US elects a woman president who appoints an all-woman supreme court, as long as there remains a single woman in the world who chooses to be a housewive and is completely happy with her role.

    Get to Work????#$%*&

  • A writer for New Republic said Hillary Clinton is a hellish housewive.

    Uncovering Elections

  • Once he walked into his brother's place and complained of headache. the housewive gave him a pain reliever.

    memory and irrelevant filter

  • What's funny is that a friend of mine says that all of the stuff between Tamra and Gretchen came out so that the OC housewives could keep up withe ATL ones, because the ATL housewive show is DA BOMB!

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Real housewive of Atlanta Sheree Whitfield is having another Birthday party.

    GreasyGuide.com Products

  • Marcia Cross was looking more regular housewive than desperate housewive in a pair of

    Denimology

  • It's nice how every season seems to have a new theme for each housewive, that only becomes clear after the next few seasons (back then it felt like Lynette might stay working forever, after it became apparent she didn't season 2 became 'the season where Lynette went back to work', and there are more of these things I only start to appreciate years later)

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  • I also liked the fact Katherine stayed around after the season so her story didn't become a sidestory either, instead it introduced a proper new housewive.

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  • Season 3 had a quite decent mystery imo, nice that it involved a housewive so it wasn't a

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  • The 28-year-old, a Texas housewive, has had nine operations to get her up to this size.

    What Would Tyler Durden Do

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