bag lady

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a homeless woman who carries all her possessions with her in shopping bags

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Fry first explained it was a joke between friends, writing: "So just a word to the tragic figures who think calling Jenny Beavan a bag lady was an insult.
He tweeted: "So just a word to the tragic figures who think calling Jenny Beavan a bag lady was an insult.
Plus, Fry making jokes about being poisoned by Russians so soon after the Litvinenko inquiry was surely a lot nearer the knuckle than the bag lady banter, as was Rebel Wilson referencing Idris Elba's skin colour during a smutty Valentine's Day joke.
Carbonaro got my attention right from the start, stating that she and her clients don't have the bag lady syndrome, "they have the designer bag lady syndrome.
It's time to send the specter of the crazy bag lady into permanent retirement
While putting client interests first is part and parcel of an advisor's role, Elizabeth says it can be especially important when they are in the grip of high emotional distress caused by an event such as death or divorce, or even with someone who has irrational fears about becoming a bag lady.
Yet, although women are more confident about managing their finances, irrational fears about losing it all and becoming a bag lady remain -- evidence that they are still underserved by the financial industry.
Deen, who grew a home business out of her kitchen into TV success, recently launched the Bag Lady Foundation, with the goal of empowering women and families living in poverty.
WITH her bird's nest hair and ghost-white face, she has the look of a slightly batty bag lady - and now it seems like designer Vivienne Westwood has definitely lost it.
and then becoming Trudy the bag lady, Edith Ann, Ernestine, Mrs.
The Bag Lady Papers: The Priceless Experience of Losing it All comes from a successful career woman whose money one day vanished overnight in Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme.
AoI prefer the word `casualty,AoAae she writes in her memoir, AoThe Bag Lady Papers,Ao Aobecause it implies wounds that all of us have sustained.
There are some lovely ceramics by Carl Hodgson, whose local commitment also includes an oil of a bag lady outside TJ Hughes.
Now, Lillian Zimmerman, an older woman herself, is the right person at the right time to have written Bag Lady or Powerhouse?
He habitually breaks rules while fulfilling responsibilities thrust upon him and gets into scrapes with police a bag lady and a would-be kidnapper.