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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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Babysitters set their own hourly rates and keep 100% of what they earn.
The two babysitters laugh as they close the door of the refrigerator while the baby is heard screaming.
The brainchild of two London dads, Bubble is an Uber-style app that aims to make finding a reliable babysitter "easier than ordering in a takeaway", according to founder Ari Last.
We should not judge anybody whether it's the parents or the babysitters.
It's not actually my son I'm worried about - I'd be more concerned about the babysitter not being able to handle his tantrums.
It is estimated that around 450,000 women in Turkey work as babysitters -- most of whom are uninsured.
Although it is a newly launched website, but because of their genuine database and services, they are now the market leader in babysitter services and are rewarded as the most trusted site for matching parents with local babysitters and nannies, as well as dog walkers, and tutors all over the UK.
Accounts manager Manish Kumar, said he has hired two babysitters -- one each in the morning and evening for her daughter.
Some of the babysitters tie the small children with ropes so that they may not wander off.
For your teenagers who are beginning to babysit, this book is a solid contemporary addition to your babysitter guides.
Little children are bothersome beings that have to be waited on hand and foot, who are generally around when not wanted, and who are, all in all, a nuisance," one girl later wrote of her inaugural experience as a babysitter.
Those for babysitters, however, do not include their actual names or phone numbers for liability purposes.