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- n. Plural form of odd-jobber.
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Waiters and waitresses, the grounds crew and caddies, the boat help and the kitchen staff, odd-jobbers, hostesses, chambermaids, laundry people, a plumber, and the members of the band.
Under this law, Africans are prohibited from working as odd-jobbers in urban areas, while Whites are prohibited from placing any contract with an African builder.
For decades the diner and bar has been a sort of one-stop shop and service center for downtown's poor, its pensioners, odd-jobbers and welfare recipients.