Handyman [noun]

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The badge will also find its way to non-LSA categories that were unsuccessfully monetized like roadside assistance, general contractors, and handyman services, among others.

It is no coincidence that months prior to the Times article, Google announced that it was testing Home Service Ads in beta in the San Francisco area for, you guessed it… locksmiths, but also plumbers, cleaners, and handymen.

You will remember that I asked about the handyman's tool-house?

“And you might as well name Helen as editor, reporter and first assistant to the handyman,” grinned Tom.

Later on the handyman would come around to swap sanitary tanks under the trailers and Joey would ask him the same question.

Dr. Okola said that you needed a driver, guide, and general handyman.

And this is why it was that, the next morning, the little Circle City road-house was minus a dishwasher and all round handyman.

Next to him, longo intervallo, was the Kachin Zinaw who acted as interpreter and handyman.

In the preceding spring Clifford had been taken on the Chronicle on trial, as a sort of general handyman.

She recalled him—the town handyman, who had repaired their furnace at the beginning of winter.