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servant

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servant,

n someone who is employed to perform personal services (other than those that would be rendered in an independent calling) for an employer and who, in that service, remains entirely under the control of the employer.
servant, loaned,
n a person whose services have been granted by an employer to another person.
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Kim Smith, operations manager for Sodexo at TLU, was also confident Servantes would come out victorious.
Although Chef Servantes can now tout that he is the Chopped Grill Master, he says this opportunity was only the beginning.
Developpant le cadre d'analyse ferniniste radical et s'appuyant sur les concepts << d'appropriation >> et de << sexage >>, les sociologues explorent le travail gratuit et non quantifie des << servantes du Seigneur >> qui a permis l'entretien et la reproduction d'un systeme d'assistance fort peu dispendieux pour la societe quebecoise.
De nombreuses communatutes femainines, vouees surtout l'enseignement mais aussi au soin des malades et des pauvres, naissent Ia meme epoque, Certaines, dans la foulee revolutionnaire Filles du Coeur de Marie (1791), Soers de La Presentation de Marie (1796), Sceurs de la charite de Saint-Louis (1803); d'autres, dans les annees suivantes Sceurs du Sacre Coeur (Saint-Jacut), Sceurs des Sacres-Cceurs (Morniaison), Religieuses de Jesus-Marie, Filles de la charite du Sacre-Coeur, Filles de Jesus et, plus tard, entre autres, Soeurs des Saints (1853), Servantes du Saint-Cc.
39) Regles communes des filles de la charite, Servantes des pauvres malades.
In a word, or rather in the form of a checkerboard,(5) woman, and woman viewed in particular through Christian misogynist eyes, is all of the following: "femme abuseresse," "de maulx affluante," "infaicte meschante," "au monde nuysante," "grande tromperesse," "en bien negligente," "en luxure ardente," "charogne puante," "de vices regente," "en scavoir asnesse," "de vertu impotente," "de mal instiguante," "des bons bayssante," "grande pecheresse," "oeuvre insuffisante," "a Dieu malplaisante," "d'orgueil la deesse," "de l'homme servante," and so forth.