bedmaker

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bedmaker

(ˈbɛdˌmeɪkə)
n
(Furniture) a person who constructs beds
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How often my neighbor would phone me and say "oturalym" (let's sit), an idea which was fine in the days when women didn't go out to work but which started to lose its shine here as the number of hotels expanded and the women were needed to work as bedmakers.
Likewise, would bedmakers be debunked, baseball players be debased, bulldozer operators be degraded, organ donors be delivered, composers one day decompose, underwear manufacturers be debriefed, and, software engineers become detested?
David Turner wrote the first play I worked on, The Bedmakers, and therefore I found myself in a rehearsal room with him.
THREE bedmakers could be forgiven for putting their feet up after gaining the first official qualifications of their lives.
Alf, who has also received pounds 100 from Sealy bedmakers, hopes to raise about pounds 500 in sponsorship.
A Argos have a range designed by bedmakers Slumberland called Stripes which teams stunning duck egg blues with neutrals.
Internally, the building was full of timber columns, because it was owned by the royal bedmakers, and the British royal family likes its beds solid and massy.
BEDMAKERS Silentnight say they are back on track after one of their worst years ever.
It's time our bed becomes our sleep counsellor," pontificates Mark Quinn, of Leggett & Platt bedmakers, as only an American salesman can.
And so will I - the image of the bedmakers with the hippo and the duckling springs to mind as the two youngsters ended up in bed.