Other runners have been helping older people with odd jobs
It is also learnt that this expatriate is not alone and there are several other cases of people running away from their employers and doing odd jobs
to support themselves.
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Schiff also revealed that her inspiration came from an odd-looking fellow at the Hollywood Race Track whose job it was to time the horse races and thinking up other odd jobs
came from research, word-of-mouth and luck.
The reforms include addressing the issue of unemployed foreigners, mainly unskilled labourers from Asia, doing odd jobs
illegally to survive.
However, her mother fell ill, forcing her to find odd jobs
to stay afloat.
A few great moments rise to the surface of Odd Jobs
But Debbie and her husband David, a 40-year-old BT engineer, pop round every week to do the garden and help out with odd jobs
2 : not usual, expected, or planned <He does odd jobs
to earn extra money.
Six in 10 couples fall out over odd jobs
- with arguments about unfinished work, noise and mess.
Kirklees Council will spend pounds 300,000 over the next three years helping with odd jobs
Britain's children are collectively earning nearly pounds 700 million a year carrying out odd jobs
and running errands, a survey showed yesterday.
WARWICKSHIRE fire service is urging DIY enthusiasts to take care while doing odd jobs
around the house this bank holiday.
Resilient and hard working, they take on odd jobs
to make ends meet, and to keep their feet beating the marley.
and skipping school to work odd jobs
with my father," he says.