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His window was open, for the beloved janitress Spring had turned on a little warmth through the waking registers of the earth.
The film centers on unspeaking janitress Elisa (Sally Hawkins), who goes about her daily routine willingly, but occasionally daydreams about music and momentary escapes.
The film is a magical and dark tale of love set in 1962 during the Cold War era, where mute janitress Elisa Esposito, portrayed by Sally Hawkins, is working at a government laboratory.
In "Wings" Shenah Pessah is a janitress "crushed by her loneliness" (4).
Their occupations included artist, boarding house operator, clerk, cook, dressmaker, farm laborer, florist, hairdresser, housekeeper, janitress, laundress, milliner, nurse, peddler, seamstress, servant, teacher, and waitress.
Also implicated in a separate case is the driver of another labor attache for acts of lasciviousness against an OFW who was temporarily hired as a janitress of the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) in Saudi Arabia.
One of the people, Maro Melikyan, says that she works as a janitress at the
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He is dismissed from the school on charges of racism, and at age 71, he begins an affair with a 34-year-old illiterate janitress, Fania, at the school--the occasion for more than one literary tribute to Viagra in the novel--and dies at the hand of her anti-Semitic ex-boyfriend.
I had to leave school after the eighth form to work as a night janitress at the hospital.
Her jobs included working in a restaurant and in a laundry, washing dishes, serving as a chamber maid in a hotel, selling books, day work cleaning houses, being a janitress for a church, taking in washing, and apparently peddling silk, laces and ribbons to "the Mexicans" in California, an occupation that caused the Pension Bureau to characterize her as "incorrigible," perhaps because she crossed the boundary not only of "proper" womanly behavior in her work, but because she crossed ethnic boundaries as well.