geisha girl


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

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Joanne, who is married to Andrew, 47, and has two sons Evan, seven, and Connah, 22, has a 'full sleeve' on her left arm depicting strong women, Geisha girls and Samurai warriors.
Pictures, JOHN HIPKISS' Main, Christian Smith and Nick Ford with Geisha girl Sarah Badger' above, Chris Cocks, Nigel Jeffery, Boultbee' Jonathan Robinson and Josephine Baker' Far left, Carl Durrant, Simon Norton, Andy Hartwright with Geisha girl Amy Agar' left, Mike Price, Nick Waddington, Carla Corbett and Laura Hobson' Roger James, Boultbee' with Leslie Balla, Geoffrey Burcher and Kenny Allen' Caroline Mills, Andrew Preston, Peter Monks, Tim Senior and Louise Fuller
The 16-year-old is dam of high-class stayer Zindabad and smart middle-distance filly Geisha Girl, and is sold due to Mr Greeley.
The ad, focusing on Ame's Japanese heritage and the brand name's English translation `gentle rain', shows rain falling on a traditional geisha girl in an authentic Japanese garden.
Sharon Lawrence (``Ladies Man''): ``I was a geisha girl one year in college.
The image of Asian women as exotic young girls is commonly known as the Geisha girl, who is submissive and subservient.
For a view of how not to visit Japan on business, join Dave as he belts out oldies in a karaoke bar, marries a geriatric geisha girl, takes his first bath in public, bows to just about everyone, and explores culture shock in all its numerous, humorous forms.
The Japanese theme will run across the whole show site with cuisine, dance, a children's painting competition and even geisha girl and samurai warrior stilt walkers to entertain.
She was hoping to impress her Derby diners with a Japanese themed-night but her menu, which she served dressed as a geisha girl, was a big miss with her dinner party guests, who were also made to dress up in ridiculous Japanese outfits, although one of them, Gareth, flatly refused.
The key visual includes the elegant portrait of a geisha girl with the profiles of the frames.
Yet she had looked better when she was auditioning for the series, before the show's makeover merchants had turned her into a cross between a teenage version of Diana Dors and a Geisha girl.
Based on a real-life incident, it tells of an innocent geisha girl who falls for an American sailor.