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1habitación anexa a la cocina donde se fregaba, se preparaban las verduras etcbefore noun scullery maid — fregona feminine
- So when a dirty dish sends Valentine down to the scullery to fire the imperfect, immigrant maid responsible, he finds himself drawn into the seedier, more passionate side of the jazz age.
- I need to hear for myself why he was in the scullery that morning.
- The flagged rear hall leads to a moderately sized kitchen, scullery and separate wine cellar with 18 arched storage bays.
- The property contains a living room, kitchen, scullery and a bathroom while three bedrooms and an attic conversion with Velux windows lie upstairs.
- Of course being in the scullery is much better than being tied up.
- But achieving this state of godliness was left to the servants whose main domain was the kitchen and scullery.
- The cottage is entered through a scullery that has a window overlooking the back yard.
- I suggest you introduce yourself and get into the scullery.
- Cinderella-like, she works as a scullery maid by day, but dances with her master's son by night.
- A huge fireplace dominates this unused room while a tiny scullery is packed with old appliances.
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