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Men were expected to go out to work and women were expected to stay at home and look after the families.
George employed a housekeeper to look after his son and went away for three months to look after a Watt engine in Montrose, Scotland.
Neither myself nor Alan thought we were signing it over to a board of trustees who would look after it like it was the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Boys were educated for work and the girls for marriage and running a household so when they got married they could look after the house and children.
In an interview shortly before his death he admitted to being a compulsive gambler all his life, although he claimed he always had enough money to look after his family.
The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland is an independent statutory body which protects people with a psychological disorder who are not able to look after their own interests.
It is our duty to look after ourselves and then also to help look after our neighbour and life is a reciprocal business and people have got the entitlements too much in mind without the obligations.
Meanwhile, back in England, Eileen had been handling the issues relating to the publication of The Road to Wigan Pier before setting out for Spain herself, leaving Nellie Limouzin to look after The Stores.
In 410, the Roman Emperor Honorius sent a letter to his British subjects announcing that they must thenceforth look after their own defence and could no longer rely on the imperial military to protect them.
Any summer or holiday camps in the UK that look after children under 8 must be registered with Ofsted, who will inspect the provider and make sure the camp is safe and that the children are being looked after properly.
In 2000, Beckham was given permission to miss training to look after his son Brooklyn, who had gastroenteritis, but Ferguson was furious when Victoria Beckham was photographed at a London Fashion Week event on the same night, claiming that Beckham would have been able to train if Victoria had looked after Brooklyn that day.
Robert Downey jnr portrays Sherlock Holmes as a man who can look after himself in Guy Ritchie's new film.
But the orange-and-white striped fish are more challenging to look after than the average fish; if they are not cared for properly.
I carried them, I pay the bills and I look after them.
Next of kin, who would be expected to look after him, were not contacted at the time or subsequently.
Ian Hickie It's good to look after people properly in hospitals, but better if they don't have to go there in the first place.