1. A woman who has fully served an apprenticeship in a trade or craft and is a qualified worker in another's employ.
2. A woman who is an experienced and competent but undistinguished worker or athlete: "a 27-year-old journeywoman who has only ever won three matches at Grand Slam level" (Paul Newman).
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That was due to the fact that the 27-year-old Polish journeywoman wore high-heeled boots to dwarf Taylor during the obligatory pre-fight face-off photo opportunity.
Beatriz Haddad Maia has shown plenty of willing for a battle in her career and the Brazilian has been cut from a whopping 6-4 to evens to beat journeywoman in her opener.
He brings Twitter alive through the lens of Twitter's editorial director 62-year-old Karen Wickre, a tech journeywoman with a liberal arts background who manages to draw out human whims even in an algorithm-driven world.
The personal stories in Journeywoman and Dirt Work testify to the fact that women want and can do skilled trades work.
In 1981, Marcia Braundy became only the second journeywoman carpenter in B.
Having spent years in the often-treacherous political battlefields of Southern Africa, the journeywoman politician is comfortable with the hostile nature of African politics and will relish her new status as the first female to head the AU.
This answer, though "wrong," is one the journeywoman Miss Austen might have been well advised to entertain, over the account she decided on.
A program aimed at getting more Aboriginal people working in the trades is celebrating its first journeyman and journeywoman.
Vera Zvonareva kept her best for the end to carve out a 6-4, 4-6, 7-5 win against fellow Russian Elena Vesnina to set a meeting against Belgian journeywoman Kirsten Flipkens.
The longtime Lawrence-area artist, a 56-year-old journeywoman lecturer at area universities, finally landed a full-time positionAuteaching at one of the private educational institute in Amman.
After you pass the rigorous exam, you begin work as a journeyman, or as I like to say, journeywoman.