Recent Examples of anchorwoman from the Web
WPLG-Channel 10 morning anchorwoman Jacey Birch has filed for divorce against her husband of three years, former Local 10 weatherman Trent Aric.
NBC News reporter and anchorwoman Jessica Savitch, 36, and New York Post executive Martin Fischbein, 34, died in a car accident in New Hope, Pennsylvania.
His new partner is a loutish drunk (Christopher McDonald) with a disillusioned anchorwoman (Jennifer Ehle) for a wife.
A few hours later, the post was picked up by Leigh’s Lost and Found, a Facebook page that’s a partnership with KSPR news anchorwoman Leigh Moody and the Springfield animal control shelter.
The leak snagged the details of dozens of elite iPad early adopters such as New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, anchorwoman Diane Sawyer of ABC News, New York Times CEO Janet Robinson and Col.
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ANCHORWOMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of anchorwoman for English Language Learners
: a woman who reads the news and introduces the reports of other broadcasters on a television news program
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