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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARETAKING

They left the woman to lock up the house and return to her caretaking, and started off up the street.

Out of the earnings I have withheld my wages as a workman in the mine last winter, and a moderate charge for caretaking since.

They respond well to all caretaking, to liberal fertilizing and watering, just as they dwindle miserably with neglect.

The Convention was composed of the most orderly, caretaking and reputable of men, and the author of the draught was one of them.

Best of all, she would regather during the hour not a little strength to be used later in the caretaking of her children.

So the gray-headed and caretaking warriors declared that the ship was exceedingly well provided.

It was a caretaking like the sudden stilling of the tempest that came to the little household.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.