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- n. a female director
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A woman who directs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A female director; a directrix.
The directress is always at the disposition of the
When confronted by the school's founder and forceful "directress," my wife says, "We're not black-tie people."
Girls were to organize in groups of 6 to 12 with help from an adult "directress" and were expected to establish a set of rules, charge modest dues to help pay for materials, and elect officers.
The majestic lady "directress" encircling the girl in her arms, said earnestly,
The Montessori "directress" does not teach children in groups, with the practical requirement, no matter how well "mediated," that each member of the group shall join in the exercise.
The directress of continuity must have thought we were crazy, but little did she know!
In 1820, at age seventy-four, Rebecca Phillips served as “first directress” and one of thirteen managers on the board of the Female Hebrew Benevolent Society of Philadelphia.
My sister was trained in the Montessori method in Ireland and works now as the co-directress of a school in NH.
Also included, breakfast each day, a special sail to Buck Island on [the directress] 's mom's boat, and SCUBA lessons for two from Dive Experience.
Enjoy the finest of warm Italian hospitality, as [the directress] 's mom hosts you and your family for one week in their award winning coastal home.
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