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Choruses of stewards, sailors, firemen, stewardesses, engineers.
Seven minutes out of Los Angeles the hijacker jumped from his seat, grabbed stewardess Dianne Beighley by her ponytail, pushed a shotgun in her face and forced her to accompany him to the cockpit.
The, 727 Boeing jet with a crew of seven and three off-duty stewardesses aboard, landed in Havana, where the couple and baby left the plane.
Earlier in the episode, Jen recounted an incident where a guest — the same one who later appeared to grope Jen — allegedly took her shirt off in front of the stewardess.
One photograph shows him in a blazer and checkered slacks at an Eastern Airlines counter, a stewardess gazing longingly at him.
But two weeks after the former stewardess' disappearance, her 44-year-old ex-husband came in for questioning and then tearfully confessed to the slaying.
His best seller, in 1967, was his flighty (and fictional) tell-all about stewardesses, as flight attendants were then called.
All three are airline stewardesses on international flights, and by paying careful attention to flight schedules, Bernard is able to make sure their paths never cross.
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First Known Use of stewardess
STEWARDESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stewardess for English Language Learners
: a woman whose job is to serve meals and take care of passengers on a train, airplane, or ship
STEWARDESS Defined for Kids
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