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Eschewing Michelin stars for a mission bar, proprietress Michelle Courtright gave up the riches of advertising to instead tackle climate change, food waste, and carbon footprint issues in the restaurant industry.
Eschewing Michelin stars for a mission bar, proprietress Michelle Courtwright gave up the riches of advertising to instead tackle climate change, food waste, and carbon footprint issues in the restaurant industry.
But despite her abiding youth, Sudia’s killer take on the famous Stephen Sondheim bakeshop proprietress truly was world-class.
It was inspired by a simple vineyard lunch Ducksoup’s proprietress, Clare Lattin, had outside Beirut.
As their day ends, the Frasers go to a brothel where the Madame Jeanne, the proprietress, is none too pleased to learn Jamie has a wife.
In accounts of the lynching, Till is widely said to have wolf-whistled at the proprietress, Carolyn Bryant, on his way out.
Naomi flees, runs for miles, and finds sanctuary of a kind in a Georgia brothel, where Cynthia, the proprietress and madam, delights in her good luck at having found a source of free labor.
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PROPRIETRESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of proprietress for English Language Learners
: a woman who is a proprietor
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