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His wife came twice a week to clean up and set things to rights in the Baxter menage—his two houses.
There is a femme de menage who goes with the apartment, and we can rent everything, even the table linen, the Huttons say.
THE FOUR CORNERS ABROADAMY ELLA BLANCHARD
It struck him as pitifully appropriate to the Enslee menage that Love should be left out in the cold.
Menage wrote a book upon the amenities of the civil law, which does anything but fulfil its promise.
THE BOOK-HUNTERJOHN HILL BURTON
But it's only when a menage becomes socially impossible that a sensible man will interfere.
THREE PLAYS BY GRANVILLE-BARKERHARLEY GRANVILLE-BARKER
"The Barrington menage needs a little backing up," her companion remarked.
THE MALEFACTORE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
She had read, with one glance at the fluttering pink eyelids, the story of the Leo Ulford's menage.
A tent was set up, provisions were put in it, a spirit-lamp and matches were added, and the simple menage was complete.
I have had a report this morning from the chief constable of the county on that extraordinary menage.
THE SECRET HOUSEEDGAR WALLACE
He knew, and had known for months, that the society of the Close was greatly exercised over the position of the Ransford menage.
THE PARADISE MYSTERYJ. S. FLETCHER

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