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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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ChipperSitter is the brainchild of founder Nathan Hallford, a tech expert and father of two boys, frustrated with his experiences with other babysitting solutions.
Krugman is of course aware of this, but he does not get around to mentioning it until about 60 pages after he presents us with the babysitting model: "The answer, as any economist should immediately realize, is to get the price right; to make it clear that points earned in the winter will be devalued if held until the summer.
But babysitting for me was really only about one thing.
Shotwell said many of these girls came from "gun free" homes and their parents had never considered the idea that their daughters could run into a situation involving a firearm while babysitting.
Babysitting fees have reached $5 to $8 per hour on average because of the shortage of teenage sitters, according to recent reports.
The actress, who plays child-snatcher Cindy Beale, had a furious row with her lover over babysitting.
There is a program that can help you be prepared for the responsibility of babysitting.
They might also askif the child has completed a babysitting course.
To make ends meet, she lives with a family in exchange for night-time babysitting - an exhausting activity after eight or nine hours at the day-care center.
The program for the estimated $6 million facility includes gymnasium, indoor jogging track, six-lane lap pool, nautilus, fitness, locker rooms, "kidnasium", nursery school, babysitting room, teen room, conference / meeting rooms, administrative and control desk areas, lobby, storage, and mechanical support space.
Contract notice: Realization of benefits babysitting on riding the port of rouen.