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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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As in Alberta, there is no law in Saskatchewan that gives an age at which a child may babysit.
Ms Pasquier said, 'My aim is to make Babysit 4 me the first choice for busy parents, providing them with a service that is caring, professional but most of all reliable.
Also, you could ask an aunt or someone in your family tree if you could babysit for them.
Q: my friend is always asking me to babysit and I feel very used.
A BABYSITTER-turned-businesswoman is looking for childminders from Nuneaton and Bedworth as she launches a recruitment drive to find 5,000 people willing to babysit on Millennium New Year's Eve.
Washington, Dec 3 (ANI): Singer Mariah Carey's husband Nick Cannon has said that he won't allow Justin Bieber to babysit their twins.
And of the 3,000 parents quizzed by firm ReadyBed, 41% said the biggest reason they stayed in was they felt guilty about asking other people to babysit.
My wife feels sorry for her and asks her to stay quite often which is good as she can babysit.
Johannesburg, Nov 30 (ANI): Men who babysit their children or cook in their house are not 'stupid' or 'bewitched', an expert has said.
Now, I don't want to babysit for my aunt but she gives me pounds 10 and if I tell anyone why, there will be a fight.
Soon afterwards Charlie would babysit for Alfred's three children to earn extra money.
Under existing rules, people who babysit for more than two hours at a time, or on more than 14 days per year, should be registered if there is a "reward" such as money or free baby-sitting.