editress

editress

(ˈɛdɪtrəs) or

editrix

n
(Professions) a female editor
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Jiyu Xue Tao shizuo de Xue Tao "Jiaoshu" shenfen kao 3S A [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [Investigating Xue Tao as an Editress based on her poems], Guangxi social sciences 141, no.
In a private letter written the following year, Freund describes Hopkins as "a colored editress, whose salary is eight dollars a week when she gets it--with a bedridden mother to support" (qtd.
Petrylaite is the author of the monograph "Collective Labour Disputes" and the co-author of several monographs on labour law and civil service, the responsible editress and the co-author of manual "Labour Law".
There is no watchdog of any sort over what's printed, or not printed, in readers' letters and the editress is a law unto herself which all the more makes it that she should be seen to be impartial and that impartiality isn't plain at the moment.
She calls herself "a queer Filipina mestiza and editress.
Editress Poetry: In the interest of a truth affecting others, I ask correction of the most flagrantly and blatantly mendacious statement in Gregory's August note: "Like Douglas he ignores the fact that labor is an integral part in the denomination of money values.