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a person engaged in buying and selling

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Awards were present ed in the following categories: Executive of the Year, Entrepreneur and Young Entrepreneur of the Year, Business of the Year, Aboriginal Leadership, Tradeswoman of the Year and Influential Community Trailblazer.
BH Maintenance works with some of the region's largest social landlords, and also offers home maintenance services for tenants/residents, in particular women, who want to have the option of a tradeswoman to deliver the services they need.
Could a woman in early modem Portugal be known as a tradeswoman in her own right despite her local scrivener?
For Charlotte Muller, a tradeswoman from a Social Democratic family, the consequences of defiances were life-threatening: she was marked as an enemy of the state.
One tradeswoman friend discovered a dead rat in her lunch bucket.
The extent to which each tradeswoman is still "out there
Is there an architect, engineer or tradeswoman who has a great story that would inspire others?
The Influential Women of Northern Ontario Awards program (IW) announced this year's northeast and northwest award winners in the following categories: Executive, Entrepreneur and Young Entrepreneur, Business of the Year, Aboriginal Leadership, Tradeswoman, Influential Community Trailblazer and the Influential Woman Essay Scholarship.
Tradeswoman: Ruth, Jessica and Veronique Bjorkman, Prospectors, Bjorkman Prospecting, Atikokan
And in fact, she was so keen to become a born-again tradeswoman, she queued up outside the training college from 4 am just to get a place on the course.
She left her niece her chintz gown, and her two sisters parcels of unspecified wearing apparel.(36) Sarah Skidmore was a well-off tradeswoman and widow, a china dealer.
This year's ceremonies included three new awards categories: Aboriginal leadership, tradeswoman of the year and influential community trailblazer.
Kimberley Wahamaa, Northern Ontario Business operations manager, said the award for tradeswoman of the year will be an opportunity to inspire young women to consider fields that have traditionally been dominated by men, but are in growing demand.