4 edition of woman of singular occupation. found in the catalog.
woman of singular occupation.
1990 by Penguin .
Written in English
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The “singular occupation” of Catherine de Rochefauld is obtaining funds for the opponents of Fascism; her singular weapon is musical genius, which enables her to transmit messages as compositions.
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But some women were deeply shaken by what they witnessed in Germany. Etymology . From Middle English woman, from earlier wimman, pronunciation of the first vowel of the singular began to be altered in western England in the 13th century under the rounding influence of the w, though the pronunciation with /ɪ/ remained in use into the 15th century.
Although the plural was sometimes also altered to /ʊ/ and wommen, beginning in the 14th. Occupations of men and women Comparable information on occupations is available only for the European members of the OECD and the United States.
In these countries, at least half of all working women are in eleven of the occupations while half of the men work in more than twenty of them.
This suggests that women tend to enter a moreFile Size: 95KB. The singular form of the women is woman. The singular possessive form is woman's.
Example: The woman's children are all over Indians of All Tribes made a final attempt to seize Alcatraz in the early morning hours of Novem —this time with an occupation force of 89 men, women and children.
Young-Sook and Mi-Ja meet as young girls in in Hado, a village on the island of Jeju, where traditionally the women earn a living while their husbands care for the children and home. The Shulammite (from Hebrew shulammit, “woman of Jerusalem”) is the central figure in the Song of Solomon (also called Song of Songs or Canticles) and one of the most positive representations of young womanhood in the Hebrew Bible.
As the embodiment of erotic pleasure, innocent and savored for its own sake, she is to be contrasted, on the one hand, with the wily seductress of Proverbs 7.
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See more. Woman, female, lady are nouns referring to adult human beings who are biologically female; that is, capable of bearing offspring. Woman is the general term. It is neutral, lacking either favorable or unfavorable implication, and is the most commonly used of the three: a wealthy woman; a woman of strong character, of unbridled appetites.
Add an apostrophe and s (‘s) to form the possessive of most singular nouns (ex. Bob’s jacket, the cat’s tail, Steven King’s books). Add an apostrophe (‘) to form the possessive of plural nouns that end with s (ex. retailers’ stores, soldiers’ weapons, Americans’ banks).