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batwoman

(ˈbætwʊmən)
n, pl -women
(Military) a female servant in any of the armed forces
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Over the course of two weeks one female bat, nick-named Kathy (after the original Batwoman Katherine Kane), seemed to travel extensively to forage and roost.
Marguerite Bennett, one of the great, young women comic creators (DCs Bombshells and Batwoman, among other titles) writes the wild and crazy adventures.
Rushdie writes of Hillary Clinton as a Batwoman character and Donald Trump as a green-haired cackler--the Joker.
A Wonder Woman B Black Widow C Jean Grey D Batwoman 10.
After analyzing the full character teaser, theories have been propped up concerning Batwoman, Beast Boy and Enchantress as potential future additions.
lesbian superhero Batwoman, is back as part of DC Comics' Rebirth
THE HSE has been told to find a batman or batwoman before it begins the construction of a new 100-bed community nursing unit.
Nicky, whose three children attend the school, raised more than PS500 to fund it when she ran the Loch Ness Marathon last year dressed as Batwoman.
Kaitlyn Smith, five, donned her Batwoman outfit in tribute to the "superhero" staff working in our hospitals.
Composer Lolita Ritmanis will also be featured as a guest conductor for the musical suite “Heroes, Heroines, & Music Meisters,” featuring music from the Emmy nominated productions Justice League, Mystery of the Batwoman, and Batman and the Brave and the Bold.
DC also brags of having more comic books featuring female leads than any other company, including Batgirl, Catwoman, Batwoman, Harley Quinn, the Joker's paramour, and Wonder Woman, the longest-running comic book with a female hero.
Comic companies are accustomed to creating franchises of characters (Batman has allies known as Batgirl and Batwoman, for example) to extend a brand.