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have work done

A euphemism for having cosmetic surgery. You look fantastic—did you have work done? You know she had work done, right? Just a brow lift, but still—what a difference!
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The properties were all having work done at them, and the burglar or burglars helped themselves to builders' tools.
She said: "I left my scooter in the corridor because I've been having work done in my flat, but when I looked out of the front door later my scooter had been taken.
COWBOY builders are scaring people off having work done in their homes, it has been claimed.
WE have been living in turmoil for the last few weeks because we've been having work done on the house.
Misconnections are private plumbing mistakes which often happen during the construction of new buildings or the refurbishment of older ones so, while the quality of the water in the ditch has significantly improved now, to keep it clean its vital anyone having work done at their property employs a reputable plumber and knows exactly where their waste is heading.
soc_src=mail&soc_trk=ma) Yahoo Beauty in July, actress Keke Palmer called Kylie out for being applauded for having work done.
And the typical age for men having work done fell from 47 to 45.
He was talked into having work done on his roof and then Kevin Richardson started hiking the price up.
Summary: Men in the UAE are joining their brothers around the world in having work done -- and no part of the body is left untouched
The level of stress I was under was evident when something as simple as having my routine disrupted--I was having work done on my bathroom at home and was having to get up earlier to shower at work--sent me into a tailspin.
Some Librans will be having work done to pipes and plumbing and there could be contact with an electrician too given that planet Uranus is in the mix.
In a lot of construction projects, construction managers, general contractors and power and energy companies are having work done by people who are not their employees, so there can be enormous exceptions to these exclusions.