nanny

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nanny

Child minder, caretaker, babysitter, au pair, governess.

nanny

mature goat doe.
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My favourite meal to feed the newborns I nannied was a green puree packed with vitamins and nutrients.
What's more, nannied females grew up smaller but enjoyed reproductive lifespans nearly double that of non-nannied she-wolves.
The football club has done its best for him, but he is not going to take too kindly to being nannied 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Every year he'll send a foal to be nannied by Smarten Up, and she takes to them as if they were her own at the farm overlooking Lambourn village owned by breeders Major Bobby Kennard and his wife Helen.
After a nannied childhood, she attended Francis Holland School in London, and the Headington School in Oxford, and seemed destined to make her own mark upon the world.
The British Board of Film Classification said it would be cutting fewer scenes from films after a nationwide survey found people thought they were being nannied.
Western Germans see their "economic miracle" -- admired all over the world -- fading away, while Eastern Germans, who were nannied by an authoritarian regime for more than 40 years, are now having a hard time coping with the realities of a market economy characterized by tough competition.
NOT FANTASTIC: John Robinson doesn't like being nannied by the Giants, who check if it is likely to rain for the safety of fans.
In this day and age, when we are probably one of the savviest nations in the world, why do we find ourselves being wrapped up in cotton wool and being nannied by the powers that be?
50 a day because it's too expensive, those morons who inject heroin into their veins and who often kill, rape and hurt people for money to feed their habit are being nannied by the state and told: "There, there - here's your stuff.