company woman

company woman

n.
A woman whose primary allegiance is to her employer.
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Tate also insisted that Rousey will never play by the rules and is not a "company woman," meaning she will always go against the authority.
Imagine the damage they cause to the environment considering an average women uses around 17,000 of them during her lifetime," said Woodthrope-Wright whose company Woman Space pioneered cloth-based pads called Rosepads in the UAE a few years ago.
Chinese actress Tian Jing (Liwen Shao) is a blast too as a straight-talking company woman, while not every aspect of the first film is lost with Rinko Kikuchi (Mako), Charlie Day (Dr Geiszler) and Burn Gorman (Dr Gottlieb) making welcome returns.
Moran is measured as a company woman torn between the conflicting desires of her bosses, her husband and her would-be lover.
Vague approximations of the original Wakhevitch and Berard design scheme made the period-piece affair look extra thin, which was unfortunate since Bocca performed the title role with intense plastic richness and powerful dramatic commitment Neither company woman (Natalia Magnicaballi and Rosana Perez) I saw had the dramatic dimension necessary for the role of mistress/death.
Maybe De Grave, now past the dissertation hurdle and already the author of a just-published novel, Company Woman (see Sharp Press, 1995), will find their stories worth telling, in her own most confident and strong voice.