Babysitter


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Babysitter

A slang term for a cosigner, which is a third party to a loan guaranteeing that the loan will be repaid.
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With Sitter, parents simply add babysitters they already know and love to their network -- sitters don't even need to have the app to use Sitter.
When questioned by prosecutors, the babysitter denied responsibility for the accident.
The women workers feel helpless as they have to leave their children in the care of these babysitters.
Firemen discovered the mother and her two children dead in their beds while the babysitter died later that day in hospital.
The State then called the babysitter, the mother, the police officer, the nurse, and the doctor to testify regarding the child's description of the assault.
A 37-year-old Filipina babysitter claimed that the 21-year-old Pakistani worker jumped from behind a villa wall and exposed himself on January 30 in The Springs in Dubai.
The 'James Bond' star said he believed babysitters were going to make a "lot of money" out of the film in which he plays an investigative journalist who finds himself on the trail of a vicious serial killer.
The Birmingham paedophile has now been jailed for two years, but the babysitter was only given a three-year community supervision order.
She is pictured left striking up a relationship with the babysitter, played by 31-year-old Justin Bartha, after disastrous dates with men of her own age.
So fellas, if you really want us to develop an interest in football, here's a notion - get a babysitter.
One was the boy's female babysitter and the other was a man who performed CPR on the boy until rescue crews arrived.
A TEENAGE babysitter was reduced to tears when a woman's former lover burst into the house looking for her husband.