stewardess


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stewardess

a woman who performs a steward's job on an aircraft or ship
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But Russell, flying high with his hit movie Forgetting Sarah Marshall, had previously had a passionate fling with a third, unnamed stewardess.
Even one of the main flight attendant unions, the Steward and Stewardess Division of the Air Line Pilots Association, which was one of the driving forces behind the cases before the EEOC and was very invested in the Diaz v.
Topel helps readers enter the yacht industry through an entry-level steward or stewardess position.
I am relieved if I see a stewardess who is not 25 and wearing the entire contents of a Lancome counter.
He's taking a fallen soldier home -- with honor,'' the stewardess stressed.
The stewardess failed to recognise the Prince despite staff gossip that a member of the Royal Family was on board.
Roz was joined by association members Ronda Parsons, the former stewardess at Nuneaton Ex-Servicemen's Club, June Faulkner (Stockingford Pavilion) and Helen Brookes (Nuneaton Police Club) for the cheque presentation at the hospice.
Instead of reprimanding Andrea they should be giving her a huge pay rise and introducing plans to make her airstrip gear the official BA stewardess uniform.
The second gives pep talks to his soap, pining for a stewardess he's lost touch with.
The stewardess added: "He pushed me and even tried to punch my colleague.
The bikini babe, aged 23, is a stewardess with Ryaniar and flew to Chania, on the Greek Island of Crete, for the racy photoshoot.
Dubai,June 10 ( ANI ): A British stewardess has been fined 2000 dirhams for calling an Emirati housewife a 'lesbian' in a public place.