paper route

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Noun1.paper route - the route taken when delivering newspapers every daypaper route - the route taken when delivering newspapers every day
itinerary, route, path - an established line of travel or access
2.paper route - the job of delivering newspapers regularly
employment, work - the occupation for which you are paid; "he is looking for employment"; "a lot of people are out of work"
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His voice is uneven, its rough language improbably mixing with words like "faux" and "ensconced." As he ages, his bad language is amplified by sexual slang, shoplifting replaces his paper route, and he steps close to physical violence toward his mother.
It only takes about 30 minutes every day for Don and Bullet to complete a paper route that includes about 90 homes near their home at 17W147 Elmhurst St.
He said: "I remember seeing a sign to work in a salon and it paid as much as my paper route job, so I thought I would give it a go.
Well, actually, he's telling the story about his paper route. He earned 8 cents per copy delivered, and business wasn't great with just 34 daily customers.
So she decided to donate Christmas tips she received from the people on her paper route. Her initial goal was $75, to buy one water purification system for a church in Cuba, but once word spread she was able to raise $ 180, enough to buy two systems, and a bag of seeds for the All Mothers and Children Count program.
junior high or a paper route or a first date or high
Never." Their paper route took them up over Yuba Pass.
But I could deliver that paper route. Even with everything else whirling around you, you could have little wins.
At 12, I had to take on a paper route. I had to get up at 5:30 a.m.
By 1944, I had progressed from a paper route that paid $8 a week in commissions to a salaried paper station manager job at $6 a week--less money, more prestige, and less work.