Ladies first


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Ladies first,

an expression of courtesy indicating that women should go first, as in going through a doorway.
See also: first, Lady
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Nay, count," said the baroness, "it would have been somewhat more gallant to have placed the ladies first.
When these ladies first came to their house at Brighton, it was to them alone that Mr.
Birkenhead-born Jodie began her football career with Rovers, starting as a junior in the girls' teams and progressing into the Tranmere Rovers Ladies first team at the age of 15.
Jean McDonnell's Ladies First cosmopolitans, martinis and mojitos are just 60 calories a bottle.
The Ladies first team were beaten 4-2 by Halifax I, while the seconds were awarded their match 3-0 by the League Committee because Wakefield Wanderers were unable to raise a team.
They already promoted Ladies First dealerships in Japan, which are aimed at women.
Ladies First dealerships are managed and staffed mostly by women.
The girls will square off against Newent Ladies First Team on April 25 at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre - the 3,000-capacity stadium in London's Olympic Park.
Drilling boss Julie talks to Ladies First WEST Midland boss Julie White knows the drill after taking the reins at her family business following a management buyout from her father.
Lisa Kennedy, director of Ladies First, Cathy Wahlberg, operations & finance member, Alsters Kelley LLP and Julie Richardson, director
The Ladies first trophy of the year, the Ladies Winter League, was won by Jane Lott and Sarah Gronow.
BAhiya Al Jishi received a delegation from Ladies First International, headed by its President Marie-Blanche Sirven-Vienot, currently on a visit to the Kingdom.
IT was ladies first in the big sprint at York as apprentice Adele Rothbury aboard Masta Plasta spreadeagled a competitive field.
The ladies First Division is topped by Liverpool Cricket Club with 20 points, closely followed by Palmerston with 18, Mossley Hill 15 and Mersey Bowmen 12.
The other semi-finalists will be 2005 champion Tracy Atkin (Leamington) who beat fellow Ladies first team player Claire Howell on the 19th, and No 1 seed (after the qualifying rounds) Abbey Gittings (Walmley).
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