Domestic can refer to:
- A domestic worker
- Domestic airport
- Domestic violence
- Domestikos (English: the Domestic), a Byzantine title
- Domestic of the Schools, commander-in-chief of the Byzantine army in the 9th-11th centuries
Other articles related to "domestic":
... It was world's first domestic violence shelter Originally ... difference in their communities at a local level and exchange ideas and wasn't concerned with domestic violence at all ... However, the movement became focused on helping domestic violence victims early on, though very much by accident, when a bruised woman pleaded for assistance as no one else would help ...
1804, Aylmer Bourke Lambert applied the binomial Bos frontalis to a domestic specimen probably from Chittagong ... wild species is valid by virtue of its being antedated by a name based on a domestic form ... Most authors have adopted the binomial Bos frontalis for the domestic species as valid for the taxon ...
... Domestic violence is the direct cause of homelessness for over half of all homeless women in the United States ... of the women who attempt to avail of domestic violence shelter beds are turned away in major American cities ... These victims of domestic violence are often excluded from homelessness studies, despite the lack of livable conditions in their homes ...
... Since 2002, AeroSvit Airlines has started executing the social priority program of domestic, intra-Ukrainian air carriage, operating scheduled flights ... In 2003-2004, AeroSvit Airlines’ domestic network extended to seven destinations, adding Donetsk, Kharkiv, Lviv, and Ivano-Frankivsk to the list of ... When executing the domestic flights program, flight safety, high regularity of flights, and a high level of service have all become priority areas ...
... Domestic violence is a crime of power and intimidation ... Some of the signs of sexual abuse are very similar to those of domestic violence ...
Famous quotes containing the word domestic:
“What we men share is the experience of having been raised by women in a culture that stopped our fathers from being close enough to teach us how to be men, in a world in which men were discouraged from talking about our masculinity and questioning its roots and its mystique, in a world that glorified masculinity and gave us impossibly unachievable myths of masculine heroics, but no domestic models to teach us how to do it.”
—Frank Pittman (20th century)
“The effect of having other interests beyond those domestic works well. The more one does and sees and feels, the more one is able to do, and the more genuine may be ones appreciation of fundamental things like home, and love, and understanding companionship.”
—Amelia Earhart (18971937)
“Anyone who wishes to combine domestic responsibilities and paid employment with the least stress and most enjoyment might start by pondering this paradox: the first step to better functioning is to stop blaming herself for not functioning well enough.”
—Faye J. Crosby (20th century)