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sitter

1. a person who is posing for his or her portrait to be painted, carved, etc.
2. a broody hen or other bird that is sitting on its eggs to hatch them
3. anyone, other than the medium, taking part in a seance

Sitter

Willem de . 1872--1934, Dutch astronomer, who calculated the size of the universe and conceived of it as expanding
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Sitter, who after 11 years is leaving at the end of the season to take over as athletic director at Hampshire, will get one more shot at Elgin's arch nemesis Larkin in Tuesdays Class 4A regional semifinals at St.
This allows the owners and pets to create a long-lasting relationship with their designated pet sitter instead of having a different independent contractor in their home each time.
Named after the Dutch astronomer Willem de Sitter, who worked with Einstein on the spacetime structure of the universe, anti-de Sitter space is quite different from a flat space.
In choosing a professional pet sitter, consider one who belongs to a professional pet sitting organization, such as the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters, www.
I knew I needed him to be comfortable in our home, and that's why we hired a professional pet sitter.
None of these methods has succeeded in yielding a name for the sitter in the Agnes's new portrait.
This is equivalent to $103,380 in one-to-one sitter costs that were avoided by successful use of the patient observation solution.
There are many other websites now being set up to match a house-sitter and a home-owner and therefore, there is now the opportunity for people to find the ideal sitter through Skype chats and emails.
Sitters shall also ensure, as indicated by the nursing staff, that each individual receives adequate
The Baby sitters Academy is a certified baby sitter program for young adults ages 111/2 to 16.
A patient might be assigned a sitter to mitigate the application of restraints (Lamdan et al.