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The jobs that these immigrants worked included, garment ironer, housecleaner, waiter/tress, and janitor.
New sheet folder and ironer for restaurant linen will facilitate service and costs.
Agnes Haddock, 50, a professional ironer from Northwich, Cheshire, invested pounds 2 and won a total of pounds 688,620 when she selected Taranis in the Scoop6 bonus race at Sandown in February.
It takes skill to iron properly and without destroying any clothes, so a good ironer will demand the top wage of 3,000 rupees [a month],' a dhobi ironer explains.
Climber and record-breaking extreme ironer James Bingham is about to make his bid for the summit of Mount Everest
After having warmed up the bread my mother put in my cloth bag, and exactly at 7:30, the ironer moved his glowing brazier into his shop.
Manufacturers volunteered cutting edge equipment and technological and environmental elements were included for the family to test under real life conditions, from selfcleaning windows to an automatic shirt ironer to energysaving ventilation.
She is not my cleaner or ironer but she manages the house for me and does not mind doing the odd bit of light cleaning or ironing.
These include self-cleaning windows, an automatic shirt ironer, a laundry chute and phones which double as intercoms between rooms.
There are even allegations that the English ironer never even reached the top, with some asking how a man in his 60s could scale a mountain that proved so difficult for a 20-something.
After those setbacks, Deere was forced to take what work he could find, first as a stagecoach ironer, and later as proprietor of his own blacksmith business, this time in Hancock, Vt.
She worked as a washer and ironer from her home at 172 Thompson Street where she lived with her husband Sidney and her three children, William, Elizabeth and Julia.