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bread

A comestible made from flour or meal by moistening, kneading into dough and baking.
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Men who do not uphold the male breadwinner role may feel like a professional failure, or may feel that they are failing their families by not providing for them economically,' Carr said.
This belief that a man is or should be the core breadwinner leaves most men with acute insecu- rity, leaving them feeling inadequate.
I'm not unhappy with my new role, which has surprised me, but I do feel guilty as I was brought up to believe men were the breadwinners and women were the homemakers.
Manama: More than 130,000 Bahraini breadwinners have so far been registered for cash payouts they will receive once government meat subsidies are scrapped.
Data from this program revealed that 52% of participating breadwinner moms were single and 32% were divorced.
The contract is for stand construction ministry of agriculture and rural development 80 mA at the fair breadwinner earth 2014 held in the czech budziejowicachw on 28.
More surprisingly although such female breadwinners may be on the rise, it seems that most women are still not expected to become "the richer sex".
The primary breadwinner as specified in the scheme, whether male or female, has to be a member of the household whose earning contributed substantially to the total household income.
Self argues that the political culture transformed from breadwinner liberalism--calling for state intervention in supporting a traditional view of the family--to breadwinner conservatism, which called for a return to the traditional family model without the state intervention that encouraged alternative family arrangements.
Most of the breadwinners of those homes are ordinary workers in the Gulf who cannot afford such a luxury.
Scotland has the highest proportion of mums who are the main breadwinner - almost a third.
MORE than two million mothers - one in three of those who work - are now their family's main breadwinner.