head of the household


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So, it's back to me as the head of the household (as I tend to call myself despite her protestations) to drive everyone to the corner grocery every weekend.
After adjusting for the other variables, two factors independently and statistically predicted sleep problems: current smoking and working night shifts by the head of the household.
Prudential, which used Office for National Statistics (ONS) family spending figures as a base for its calculations, found that over the course of someone's lifetime, the squeeze is at its worst when the head of the household is aged between 30 and 49.
Domestic discipline is the practice between two consenting life partners in which the head of the household (HoH) takes he necessary measures to achieve a healthy relationship dynamic; the necessary measure to create a healthy home environmental and the necessary measures to protect all members of the family from dangerous or detrimental outcomes by punishing the contributing, and thus unwanted, behaviors for the greater good of the family.
The woman was the head of the household and ruled the farm.
Many countries across Africa, including the Ivory Coast, recognise that husband as the sole head of the household and family, and responsible for all major decisions.
Broadacres had successfully taken out an injunction against the head of the household responsible for the majority of the anti-social behaviour.
Men like to feel that they're head of the household.
The independent Electoral Commission called for reforms to end the practice of the head of the household filling in a form to register everyone living in a property.
head of the household after the death of his father.
18-30] Individuals who are head of the household and between the age cohort of 18 to 30 years old.
The head of the household must pay this amount on behalf of all the members or the dependant, males or females, adults or children.