business girl

business girl

1. A woman employed in an office or in business in general. The term is potentially diminutive and/or derogatory when used to refer to an adult woman. The boss always calls the women in his office his "business girls"—it's so degrading.
2. slang A female prostitute. A lot of business girls hang around this part of town at night.
See also: business, girl
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Hairstylist Dan agreed: "You look more working girl than business girl and we need to get you into some knickers.
Many convenient and kid-friendly foods are bursting at the seams with artificial ingredients," explains Prewett, "so this back-to-school season, Tillamook partnered with [Detroit-based child entrepreneur] Super Business Girl Asia Newson for a De-Junk the Lunchbox campaign, empowering parents to replace foods packed with artificial ingredients with real food like Tillamook Yogurt and Tillamoos [Tillamook Cheese cut into snack sizes].
Women, like diamonds have numerous facets: business girl during the day, a romantic in the evening in the arms of her loved one, relaxed and natural at the weekend in the company of friends.
As noted in the campaign flyer for the Julia Drummond Hostel Association, "When our attention was first focussed upon this subject the public was shocked at the lack of accommodation, the dark rooms, keyless doors, inadequate sanitary arrangements, poor food, the absence of facilities for social intercourse, or recreation which constituted all that a business girl could call 'home' in the larger cities.
HIGH-FLYING business girl Diana Wooding is settling into the Newmarket scene since her arrival in the town 18 months ago.
Sophie's taste veers erratically between that of 1980s Sloane Ranger and business girl about town.
Between the 1960s and 1990s, the business girl matured into the much-criticized and overworked businesswoman, whose daily routine was scrutinized by newspapers and weekly magazines.
Litherland-based allfemale gardening business Girl Garden Enterprises entered our first competition and although they didn't scoop top prize their business blossomed through exposure in the ECHO.
FLOWER POWER: Claire Jarvis and Nicky Stevenson, 23, who set up their business Girl Gardening Enterprises in 2002 with the Kickstart; campaign
It reported: "To see the Newcastle business girl, walking 30pc faster than her London sister, leave the electric trains from the coast each morning is to understand her fitness.
DIGGING IN: Nicola Stephenson and Claire Jarvis dig in with work at their gardening business Girl Garden Picture: COLIN LANE
99, H&M 8 SNOW BUSINESS Girls will love this Polly the penguin hooded scarf, PS14, Accessorize 9 DEER OH DEER This little girls' sweater is too cute for words, PS8, Peacocks (peacocks.
An effort is being made to utilise a portion of a new building at the rear of St Peter's Church, overlooking Church Street, as a midday dinner club, with rest-rooms for lady typists and clerks, and as an evening social club for business girls generally.
The entrepreneur, who started out in business as a party plan organiser with her business Girls Night Inn, (correct)has taken on the County Durham shop and earned herself a spot in the next edition of Past & Present Consett.
PAMPER party business Girls Just Wanna Have Fun is to expand operations from North Wales to Texas with a two million dollar investment planned for later this year.
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