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chaperone

sha puh rohn

  • n  one who accompanies and supervises a young woman or gatherings of young people
  • v  accompany as a chaperone

  • All of which appeals to the grownups who chaperone the movie trips and endure the repeated DVD viewings.
  • It was even possible to date: in Baghdad, courting couples, often accompanied by a chaperone, would meet at fruit-juice kiosks or ice-cream parlors or in one of the restaurants .
  • Bankers at Goldman Sachs can't talk to analysts on the phone without a corporate chaperone listening in, and e-mails between their departments automatically bounce back.
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  • Georgia Engel in Wicked Local Plympton
    When we get together, we still finish each other's sentences,Engel said. "Betty White and I will fly back together from Chicago to Boston. I'll be in Boston with 'The Drowsy Chaperone' and Betty will be in town to film a movie. Betty is...
  • Daniel Radcliffe in New York Daily News
    My dad gave up his job to chaperone me on set,says Radcliffe, who still lives with his parents in Fulham, West London. "My dad has been with me every single day and I think it strengthened the relationship. I learned to talk to my dad in a...
  • Michael Rogers in San Francisco Chronicle
    It's human nature to try to cheat the system. It happens in cycling, it happens in business,said Australian Michael Rogers of T-Mobile. "You can't control everyone - unless they want to have a chaperone that sleeps with the person every...

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