draftswoman


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drafts·wom·an

 (drăfts′wo͝om′ən)
n.
1. A woman who draws plans or designs, as of structures to be built.
2. A woman who draws, especially an artist.

draftswoman

(ˈdræftswʊmən)
n
(Professions) the US spelling of draughtswoman
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For instance when Tasneem started to work as a draftswoman at Premier Architects, a medium-sized workplace, she had to share the room with other draftsmen.
So let us now move to a statement by the late Emir Rodriguez Monegal, Borges's biographer, as he speaks of the Latino fabulist's talented hermana: "Norah was destined to become a painter and a draftswoman, and in her works she leaves testimony of the familial world she shared with her brother" (27).
Ms Ann Wood, aged 45, a draftswoman from Hollywood, Birmingham, said: "It's a bit much, we're being taxed twice by paying a tax to park in the city and paying high parking charges.
Mrs Lancaster was promoted to the position of senior draftswoman in 1978, supervising ten staff.
HOME: Oli lives with mum Maggie, a law costs draftswoman, dad John, a solicitor, and has a sister, Rosie.
As a 20-year-old, she was plucked from an electronics firm assembly line because of her drafting ability to become the company's draftswoman.
Susannah started out in the traditionally male world of construction by following in her father's footsteps as a draftswoman.
MHAIRI 'They're brilliant and worth buying' DRAFTSWOMAN Mhairi Heron, 39, from Kilbirnie, Ayrshire, said: "I'm a 36DD and really petite.
This made it harder to recognize Spero's early figurative paintings (for instance, of lovemaking scenes) as inchoate, hard-fought artifacts, arguably most telling as testaments to the artist's dogged self-discovery as an exceptionally good draftswoman.