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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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ie found 80% of parents have already booked their babysitter for party season with 72% of mothers expecting two or three nights out over the festive season and forking out between [euro]150 to [euro]250 on babysitting fees.
The parents can then view how the babysitter interacts with the child.
It's not actually my son I'm worried about - I'd be more concerned about the babysitter not being able to handle his tantrums.
It is estimated that around 450,000 women in Turkey work as babysitters -- most of whom are uninsured.
Although it is a newly launched website, but because of their genuine database and services, they are now the market leader in babysitter services and are rewarded as the most trusted site for matching parents with local babysitters and nannies, as well as dog walkers, and tutors all over the UK.
Accounts manager Manish Kumar, said he has hired two babysitters -- one each in the morning and evening for her daughter.
The women workers feel helpless as they have to leave their children in the care of these babysitters.
The prosecutor's office has said they will not file charges because there was no criminal intent, but David says her babysitter should be punished.
Having had children of our own, though a crisis would never occur, older babysitters are more likely to be a little bit more confident in dealing with it if it did.
Booming babysitter wages in Birmingham mean that hiring a sitter can now cost more than the night out itself.
He indicates that parents should feel completely comfortable requesting this of present or potential babysitters.