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(ăn′īl′, ā′nīl′)
1. Of or like an old woman.
2. Senile.
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Citing the work of sociologist Anile Russell Hochschild on the "Taylorization" of first-world home life under globalization, she suggests that today's professional women are so overworked that they barely have time to talk to their husbands or children, much less the housekeeper.
Indian J Endocr Metab De Bonis P, Anile C, Pompucci A, Fiorentino A, Balducci M, Chiesa S, et al.
10 was the floor sobbing, in shock " Georgia Anile, 20, saw an injured woman being stretchered away.
ANIL, Perth, Australia (or Anile, 'peareth sterile?
De Bonis P, Frassanito P, Mangiola A, Ginevra Nucci C, Anile C, Pompucci A.
By drawing on the successful business experience of both ITMA member companies and the YHFP, we expect to attract the future talent of our home furnishings industry to this valuable internship program," said Dominick Anile, chairman of the ITMA internships committee and vice president of sales and marketing at Culp.