Englishwoman


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a woman who is a native or inhabitant of England

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I took it very high with the porter and asked him by what right he used violence to an honorable Englishwoman who had lived in the house for thirty years before he was heard of.
The reserved Englishwoman took up Mr Meagles in his last remark.
Lady Mary Wroth, daughter of Robert Sidney, Earl of Leicester and niece of Sir Phillip Sidney and the Countess of Pembroke, wrote the first sonnet sequence, the first romance, and one of the first dramas by an Englishwoman.
Abdullah, 37, was born in 1962 to King Hussein's second wife Princess Muna - Englishwoman Toni Gardiner.
Added were a divorced Englishwoman named Marie (Olivia d'Abo) and a first-year law student, Russell (Shawn Michael Howard), who spends more time running a bagel shop frequented by Jonathan and his pals.
And we are somewhat misled when we are told that Amelia Lanyer was "the first Englishwoman to publish [in 1611
He may be down on his luck but there are compensations in the form of the attractive Abigail Cruttenden as a mysterious young Englishwoman who goes to bed with him soon after they meet.
This radio adaptation of Forster's pointed social comedy (as fully as entertaining as the 1985 hit film) has Cathy Sara as Lucy Honeychurch, the young Englishwoman whose Italian vacation forever alters the conventional course of her life.
Her published work includes the first sonnet sequence by an Englishwoman, Pamphilia to Amphilanthus (103 sonnets and songs), with a female lover-poet as speaker; it was appended to her prose romance, also a first for an Englishwoman, The Countesse of Mountgomeries Urania (1621, 558 pages, including more than fifty poems).
Viewers will learn of his affair with an Englishwoman called Catherine Kennedy, played by Cathryn Harrison.
In ``The English Patient,'' which opens Friday and is based on the Booker Prize-winning novel by Canadian author Michael Ondaatje, Scott Thomas plays a well-read, well-bred Englishwoman who is drawn into a fierce, consuming love affair with a mapmaker in North Africa (Ralph Fiennes) in spite of the affection she feels for her aviator husband (Colin Firth).
Last night the 33-year-old Englishwoman was in hiding on the mainland as husband Eamonn finalised the sale of their new bungalow in Duagh, Co Kerry.
It was obvious very early how good Karrie was,'' said Laura Davies, the Englishwoman who has finished first and second on the LPGA money list the last two seasons.
The group went on to perform at L'Eglise de Gurat and Prieurie de Rauzet, a restored priory owned by Englishwoman Kate Douglas.
Summary: Englishwoman ready to give it a shot for hat-trick