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domestic

duh me stik

  • n  a servant who is paid to perform menial tasks around the household
  • a  of concern to or concerning the internal affairs of a nation
    domestic issues such as tax rate and highway construction
  • a  of or relating to the home
    domestic servant
    domestic science
  • a  of or involving the home or family
    domestic worries
    domestic happiness
    they share the domestic chores
    everything sounded very peaceful and domestic
    an author of blood-and-thunder novels yet quite domestic in his taste
  • s  converted or adapted to domestic use
    domestic animals
    domesticated plants like maize
  • s  produced in a particular country
    domestic wine
    domestic oil

  • While the overseas business was doing poorly the domestic business was looking up.
  • domestic violence a death sentence for a young filipino maid highlights the problem of abuse of asian servants.
  • The death also focused new attention on domestic violence in Europe and brought home two oft-repeated truths: that such violence can occur in any relationship, regardless of age .
News & Articles

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  • Ben Bernanke in CNNMoney.com
    Real gross domestic product will not grow much, if at all, over the first half of 2008 and could even contract slightly,Bernanke said in testimony to Congress' Joint Economic Committee. "A recession is possible."
  • Barack Obama in New York Times (blog)
    I continue to believe that domestic oil production is an important part of our overall strategy for energy security,Mr. Obama said, addressing concerns about whether the administration would continue with its plan to increase drilling in the...
  • Chris Brown in Westword (blog)
    I grew up in a home where there was domestic violence,Brown explains.

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