stewardess


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stewardess

a woman who performs a steward's job on an aircraft or ship
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The Egyptian stewardess, who works for a national carrier, was said to have become friends with her 30-year-old countryman in November 2016 while he was employed with a telecom service provider.
AirAsia and Firefly, in particular, came under fire by Malaysian lawmakers for its stewardess uniforms.
Summary: Prosecutors said the suspect placed his arm around the stewardess and kissed her against her will.
A passengerwho slapped an air stewardess and insulted other crew members and flyers when he was refused alcohol has been jailed for one year.
While Victoria Vantoch's core narrative focuses on the evolution of the stewardess as an icon, she situates that story in its social, political, and economic contexts, which frequently take center stage.
A drunk passenger who groped a stewardess on an Emirates flight has been jailed for six months.
One stewardess is covered in suds and rinsed off using a shower, the Daily Star reported.
Journalist and historian Vantoch analyzes the rise and fall of the stewardess in business and society.
In its updated edition, the how-to guide gives career guidance to adventure seekers interested in the world of yacht stewarding, and includes humorous confessions from Perry's own experience 'below deck' as a yacht stewardess.
The stewardess rushes over to her and tells her she must move to coach because she doesn't have a first class ticket.