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Babysitting

Slang; the act or practice of holding a losing investment for a relatively long period of time. One babysits an investment in hopes that the market will turn around and allow one eventually to break even.
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Will the baby sitter have her own guest room or is the family renting a shared suite in which the baby sitter has her own bedroom?
A jury assigned more than half the blame for what happened to the boy's parents and the baby sitter.
Keener following the death of a colleague's young child while in the care of a baby sitter.
WARE -- Baystate Mary Lane Hospital will sponsor a Baby sitters Academy in July to ready area youth for summer and fall baby-sitting responsibilities.
Moore, a former baby sitter herself, says it's good that teenagers are being held to a higher standard, even if it's a standard she didn't have to meet.
BABY SITTER RATE POLL: I wound up paying an outrageous $22 an hour for a baby sitter on New Year's Eve after my husband announced at 4 p.
The 15-year-old baby sitter apparently found the concoction in the fridge and gave it to the two boys, aged three and five.
for anyone interested in hiring a certified baby sitter.
I think everybody that wants to be a baby sitter should take it.
One very public critic, ``Today'' host Meredith Vieira, said: ``How would you feel if it were a bunch of baby sitters sitting around with alcohol and you're at work?
In other words, the baby sitter must have ways other than baby-sitting to pay the rent.
Then he told Robert De Niro, Clint Eastwood, Demi Moore, Penelope Cruz (Best Actress), Kiefer Sutherland and everyone else in the Beverly Hilton ballroom, ``I've got to go home early to make love to the baby sitter.