copy girl

copy girl

also cop·y·girl (kŏp′ē-gûrl′)
n.
A girl employed by a newspaper or broadcast news office to carry copy and run errands.
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At one time he took the ball and the legs of a Pecsi player in one ferocious tackle sliding over the touchline and under my table which rocked violently as I desperately tried to stay afloat and continue dictating to a copy girl in Newcastle.
Set in Glasgow in 1984, copy girl Paddy Meehan (Johnson), now has her dream job as a news reporter, working alongside George McVie.
David Morrissey and Peter Capaldi, pictured, are both fantastic as the chain-smoking, hard boozing "mean spirited bunch of b***, with hearts like bone and minds trained to think the worst of everyone," while Jayd Johnson is a real discovery as Paddy Meehan the young office copy girl who finds herself right in the middle of the deadly mystery.
Jayd plays copy girl Paddy, working in a Glasgow newspaper office in 1982.
Sarah, who works as a copy girl at the Sunday Mail, now hopes to impress the judges in a gorgeous gown by Scots designer Spencer Railton.
Once on the job, she quickly finds out that her role is less of an assistant journalist and more of a coffee and copy girl.
I just look after them all and feed them," said Allison, who is coincidentally a former Evening Gazette copy girl.
His daughter, Hope (Christiane Noll), has returned from the Most Expensive University in the World to join the family business as a fax and copy girl.
Children are most likely to be influenced by pop music, with 45 per cent wanting to copy girl and boy bands, while 36 per cent want items associated with the latest films and 33 per cent want to copy sporting heroes.
Upon leaving college, she served as a copy girl on the old, now defunct Washington Daily News.
After her 1942 graduation from college, she went to Washington as a copy girl for the Washington Daily News.
50-a-week copy girl at 22, and moved to United Press International after a year.