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working girl

A prostitute. The vice squad always patrols this area, looking to arrest any working girls on the street.
See also: girl, working
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Working Girl opened the show and it still holds up as masterful storytelling.
Earlier on December 21 another working girl Sandhya Rani was attacked by a stalker in Secunderabad area and burnt her to death after pouring petrol on her.
She is a disgusting excuse for a working girl, a scumbag and a snitch.
Working Girl was discontinued on Vinyl and never even made it onto CD.
Another man caught up in the racket, Kenneth Moat, 51, of Studley Villas, Forest Hall, received a 12 month conditional discharge for his role in transporting a working girl around.
This, while not an entirely new argument, is persuasive as far as it goes, and is more than justification enough to re-visit the working girl phenomenon from a western perspective.
THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF WORKING GIRL: REAL-LIFE CAREER ADVICE YOU CAN ACTUALLY USE comes from Working Girl, who has had 59 jobs over 40 years in 22 cities and four countries--and only got fired from one of the jobs.
Clifford Honeyman, 34, is accused of the violent rape of the Teesside working girl in Bon Lea Industrial Estate in Thornaby on November 14 last year.
Run by the Sisters of Good Shepherd, CENIT is literally translated as The Centre for the Working Girl.
The winery's biggest seller is the Working Girl series of wines, first released in the fall of 2003, and now offered on Washington state ferries and in 15 states outside of Washington.
Available in sizes ranging from a 2-by-3 to a 5-by-8, Working Girl will retail for approximately $320 in the largest size.
From her start as a child performer in Culver City, California, tapping and tumbling in a variety of acts, to her most recent movie performance--wonderfully self-effacing and nuanced--as Diane Keaton's dotty aunt in Marvin's Room, Verdon was always a working girl.
From Working Girl to Working Mother: The Female Labor Force in the United States, 1830-1980.
Starting this year the winery will designate the last Saturday in August Working Girl "No Labor Day.
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