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babysit

Drug slang
verb A regional term meaning to guide someone through a first experience with hallucinogenic or psychotropic drugs.
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Rather than offering to baby-sit so they can go out, why not offer to go over and help out around the house and see your grandson at the same time?
Ruiz went to her sister's apartment earlier that night and asked her to baby-sit her two children.
I need to know that our Web servers are live and accessible around the clock, but I don't have the time or the resources to baby-sit the system," said Emil Gallant, Internet Systems Administrator for Starfish Software.
Both services offer access to an animated game based on ``Lilo and Stitch,'' where gamers can baby-sit and care for an animated alien.
If ownership needs us to baby-sit them so they remain financially responsible, so be it,'' St.
You wouldn't let someone you didn't trust baby-sit your child.
In the midst of the outcry of the townspeople against his mother and his own battle to come to terms with his new situation, Darcy is accused of a terrible crime involving the deaf child that he baby-sits, and with the help of his teacher at the alternate school, he finds out that truth-telling may be a healthier way to approach life than his old habit of denial, seclusion and cutting.