Noun(1) a woman who is the custodian of children(2) female goat
(1) There should be adult supervised meting places like we had, but not of the type that will interfere and nanny them.(2) Earlier this year, the Revenue promised anyone employing a nanny , and paying tax and national insurance on her behalf, a Ôö¼├║250 tax rebate for filling in the return online.(3) That would be the over-zealous interference of the nanny state.(4) Many nurses came from the Philippines to work in Britain's overstretched health service and for private agencies - and a nanny agency is now helping their relatives to seek domestic work.(5) Do you now, or have you ever, employed a live-in nanny or helper?(6) Family life and the licensed trade aren't its only casualties: it is helping to turn this country with its natural sense of freedom into a nanny state.(7) The Ôö¼├║50 vouchers will be welcomed by families that employ a nanny , but many are angry at the government's portrayal of the extension of the tax credit.(8) He said the airline would be investing heavily in in-flight meals and entertainment and would also offer a nanny service and Indian head massage for passengers.(9) This means that parents would need an income of at least Ôö¼├║40,000 just to cover the costs of employing a nanny .(10) One thing we will see a lot more of is nanny-sharing, where two families will join up to employ a nanny and the children mix.(11) All in all the time it took to nurture and nanny my darlings, each with its own very different requirements, through twelve months of the year was quite out of proportion to the return.(12) No doubt they have been used to employ some more bureaucrats to nanny us some more.(13) This too was the nanny state interfering, unenforceable, an infringement of civil liberty.(14) This choice should lie with individual proprietors and is not a decision to be made by an interfering nanny state!(15) These laws were designed not to protect the public health - the nanny state had still to be invented - but to stop poor people poaching.(16) She also once worked as a nanny in Sydney, but was left destitute when three female flatmates walked out leaving her with bills to pay.
1. caregiver ::
2. nanny-goat ::
3. nursemaid ::
Different Formsnannies, nanny
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