Recent Examples of saleswoman from the Web
Together, the inventor and saleswoman made Tupperware a household name—and there’s nowhere their shared legacy is more visible than the Wonder Bowl.
The saleswoman there told me that M3M was only responsible for acquiring the land and the permissions on the project: The construction, design, and sales would all be handled by Tribeca Developers—Kalpesh Mehta’s firm.
The three people Claire interacts with are all Korean: There’s Jeon Manhee (Kim Min-hee, perhaps best known to Western audiences as the star of The Handmaiden), a film saleswoman who’s fired because of her one-night stand with a director.
Luyendyk, a real-estate agent from Scottsdale, ultimately chose his #2: Lauren Burnham, a 25-year-old tech saleswoman from Virginia Beach, Virginia.
But the roof garden where saleswomen (referred to as salesgirls back then) took the air and promenaded a century ago is still there, latticework and all.
While most of her family members were too proud to get jobs, a teenage Vélez did just that, supporting the family by working as a saleswoman in a department store.
The 42-year-old former radio advertising saleswoman and marketing consultant is in over her head, some complain.
Michelle Saunders, 41, a software saleswoman from Des Plaines, Illinois, came to the rally with her 14-year-old daughter Bailey.
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Definition of saleswoman for English Language Learners
: a woman whose job is to sell things
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