cleaning woman


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Noun1.cleaning woman - a human female employed to do houseworkcleaning woman - a human female employed to do housework; "the char will clean the carpet"; "I have a woman who comes in four hours a day while I write"
cleaner - someone whose occupation is cleaning
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An overnight cleaning woman taught her how to store inventory and avoid shrinkage, which is a fancy word for theft.
Immediately, normalcy returned because even my own cleaning woman that I had earlier rescheduled to come the next week due to elections showed up on my door step that very Saturday morning.
My husband excused himself to use the restroom and, pushing open the door, he found the cleaning woman wiping around the floor of the toilets.
The family of cleaning woman badly injured in Sunday's deadly derailment of a Puyuma Express in Taiwan's Yilan County is worried that, because she works for an outside contractor, she will not qualify for the compensation being provided to passengers and employees, reported TVBS.
In a separate case, Nalley pleaded guilty in 2010 to tampering with a vehicle after he deflated the tire of a cleaning woman's car that was parked in a restricted zone at the courthouse.
Herman then took a cleaning woman hostage at a nearby school.
The gunman fled the scene, taking a cleaning woman hostage at a nearby school, but he was later "neutralised", RTBF reported, quoting police and fire services.
The police told (http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-44289404) BBC  the gunman fled the coffee shop, ran into nearby Waha High School and took a cleaning woman hostage, but was later shot and killed.
You needn't jog your memory too far back -- just earlier this month, del Toro's Shape of Water about a cleaning woman's relationship with a mysterious creature held captive in a laboratory won Best Picture and Best Director awards at the 2018 Oscars.
His characters, often children or those uncorrupted, are drawn into mystical and scary cinematic worlds of fairies, fauns, fallen bombs and, in the case of his best picture winner The Shape of Water, a fish-man in a Cold War parable who awakens the passions of a mute cleaning woman. Del Toro is a filmmaker who explores the soul of"the other" and how the things that frighten us can also heal and make us whole.
In 1960s America, a cleaning woman who can't speak and lives next door to a gay artist falls in love with a humanoid sea creature held in a government lab for Cold War experiments.
The "monster" comment is fitting: "The Shape of Water" is a love story between a cleaning woman at a top-secret US government research facility and a strange amphibious monster held captive there.