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Synonyms for geisha

a Japanese woman trained to entertain men with conversation and singing and dancing

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Klatch Coffee estimates it will be able to brew approximately 250 eight-ounce cups (15-grams of beans) of the award-winning Esmeralda Geisha 601, giving coffee connoisseurs an opportunity to experience what industry experts considerto be one of the finest, most distinctive cups of coffee ever brewed.
For Dh250, the guest receives 15g of roasted Esmeralda Geisha Canas Verdes and admit entry to the '601 Experience'.
Enter the Maikoya Osaka, a cultural center in Osaka, billed as a space where visitors can meet openly with a geisha apprentice known as a maiko, and learn about traditional Japanese art.
Tony also invested in PG&E's human capital, attracting strong leaders to join and stay with PG&E and mentoring Geisha Williams and Nick Stavropoulos.
At first she used to scold herself, tell herself she was losing her edge, that you had to suffer if you wanted to live the life of an artist, as Geisha were.
The Geisha Facial poop treatment, while relatively rare in the United States, is no secret in Japan, where it was first used in the 1600s by actors and geishas.
We have loyal Reserve customers who are interested in any opportunity to try something as rare and exquisite as the Geisha varietal," the Starbucks spokesperson said.
Maiko are apprentice geisha professional entertainers.
She borrowed 24-year-old warmblood Geisha from Middlesbrough's Unicorn Centre to travel to the competition at Hartpury in Gloucestershire earlier this month.
If this seems too slithery an experience for you, you could try some Geisha therapy instead.
In this retrospective review essay, Jan Bardsley considers the role of Liza Dalby's Geisha (first published by the University of California Press in 1983) in both past and recent academic discourse, offering a description of how she uses the text in undergraduate classes to raise issues of identity, representation, gender, and race.
Sisters Sarah and Kate Telford both competed, with Sarah winning first place in the Dressage Canter Test on Geisha, and Kate taking a creditable seventh in the Countryside Challenge on Murphy 1.
The key visual includes the elegant portrait of a geisha girl with the profiles of the frames.
LOCATED on Myrtle Street, in the heart of student land, Geisha - Korova's trendy pan-Asian bar/restaurant, - offers a fresh experience in dining, drinking and clubbing, while its hip atmosphere and cutting-edge decor attracts a mix of students and young professionals.