buttle

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buttle

(ˈbʌtəl)
vb (intr)
to act as a butler
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In 2002, Moure was shortlisted for the Governor General's Award for O Cidadan which was described by Pauline Butling and Susan Rudy, in 'three; why not be excessive' in their Poets Talk, at p.
Butling and Rudy began a series of interviews with Canadian poets to serve as companions to critical essays they were writing about their work.
PAUL Burrell once came to a dinner party at a friend's house in Clapham where he was "butling" as a stunt to publicise his book on entertaining.
"Bob the Butler," After trying every job there is, Bob becomes a butler in an age where butling is lost.
All three graduates will be going into butling jobs thanks to the school's placement scheme.
HE said: "When I was butling for the Duke of Gloucester, back in the '60s, I had to drop into Buck House on an errand.
Besides radical, the poetry that Butling (emerita, Alberta College of Art and Design) and Rudy (English, U.