house-cleaning

house-cleaning

n
the act of cleaning the inside of a person's house
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Preserving-time was a prolonged festival, and house-cleaning was like a revolution.
House-cleaning must be finished with first, whatever issues of life and death might await beyond.
The data ranges from movie and bowling costs to spas and wellness centers per capita to cost of house-cleaning services.
THERE were many developments in 2006 that give reason for hope in 2007 -- school reform, bipartisanship cooperation in Sacramento, a house-cleaning in Washington, even movement on the nation's failed policy in Iraq.
Before even the first caucuses are held in Iowa, there's already speculation about whether Dean would engineer a house-cleaning at the Democratic National Committee should he win the nomination and, perhaps, the presidency.
Started in 1968 with a $2,000 loan and a list of house-cleaning customers, the company today restores almost 1,000 area homes and businesses each year damaged by fire, smoke, soot, or water.
Two Assembly bills, 790 and 2890, provide regulators with a big hammer and the California Mortgage Brokers Association with house-cleaning ability.
12 to a Castaic home where Saravia had a house-cleaning job.
The grand prize winner will get a chance to escape the fast past of daily life with a choice of three prizes - professional house-cleaning help for a month and up to $2,000 in new kitchen appliances; a month of meals prepared by a professional chef and $1,000 in free groceries; or multiple massage sessions and a personal massage recliner.
With corporate sponsors also demanding reforms, Samaranch and his deputies said the house-cleaning was just the beginning and that the IOC would carry out long-term changes.
Victoria Chaidez said her husband, 45, was driving to one of his house-cleaning jobs.
Chaidez, 45, was driving to one of his house-cleaning jobs.