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- n. A female showperson
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It's SHOW business, not talent or virtuosity business, and Lee was a master showman, just as Madonna is a master showwoman.
The showwoman was secretly overjoyed to give the strangers a lift on their journey.
Only the unwearied zeal of the showwoman defied alike thermometer and neglect, She kept her eye on everything, -- on Old
The world is mourning the death of 92-year-old Lena Horne, the incomparable showwoman who passed away this weekend.
Corny, maybe, but it shows that she is a consummate showwoman.
Sloan said she's never shied from the underdog role that naturally came competing on a team with Liukin, Shawn Johnson, a showwoman like Alicia Sacramone, and the rest.
Was not that enough to sicken one with being stuck up for a lion, and constantly poked up by the showwoman, under pretext of keeping up one's spirits! "