Placket 16-17th Century. A woman. Historically, it's an apron or pettycoat. Women were known to work as slaves in the kitchen, the term grew wings and soared into the streets to define women as objects. "Our vicar thus preaches and why should he not? For the dues of his cure are the pocket and pot."
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--- A neatherthal or caveman. 2.) (US Navy Submarine Service) A Machinist's Mate Auxiliaryman, responsible for non-propulsion systems like the sanitary system or hydraulic system. The term was coined from the stereotype that Machinist Mates are not as intelligent as other rates like Radiomen or Sonar Technicians, so they rely mostly on brute strength to get their job done. (US Air Force) A crew chief, also referred to as "wrench-turner" or "grease monkey".