handyman : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a man skilled in various odd jobs and other small tasks
- In 1965, when handyman Albert DeSalvo told police he was the Boston Strangler, he confessed to having brutally murdered 13 women.
- In 1960, Pu Yi was sent to the Beijing Botanical Gardens to begin work as a gardener and handyman.
- It was Thuy's work as an agitprop handyman that brought him into Ho's orbit.
- Donald Findlay in Glasgow Daily Record
Findlay added: "If someone had gone along to the producers of Taggart and said, 'I have a script that involves a church, a girl from Poland, a priest, a handyman, all the cast of characters led in this case'. Don't you think it is at least a...
- Craig MacTavish in Faceoff.com
This is a further reminder why Barroso should not be returned as EU Commission president in the autumn. This handyman of the US and EU national governments is using his remaining time in office to push through the agreement before the Lisbon Treaty... Daniel Cohn-Bendit http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Cohn-Bendit&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFHivoKLWkthqNTKpfjsZb4V8wnzQ EurActiv http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.euractiv.com/en/justice/eu-us-data-sharing-causes-uproar-germany/article-184443&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHN4bJpYLufAA65vfNdH5_bQRoZpA Jul 27, 2009
45308 61780 handyman There's nothing more humiliating than a handyman accident," said Oilers coach Craig MacTavish who, by his own admission, isn't good with mechanical stuff.