copygirl

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.

copygirl

(ˈkɒpɪˌɡɜːl)
n
a girl employed by a newspaper or broadcast news office to carry copy and run errands

cop•y•girl

(ˈkɒp iˌgɜrl)

n.
a woman who carries copy and runs errands in a newspaper office.
usage: See girl.
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The delusional actress' descent into madness is exacerbated when Joe, who feels stifled by Norma's insecurities, possessiveness and fits of jealousy, falls in love with lovely copygirl Betty Schaeffer (Siobhan Dillon).
The first series won critical acclaim and landed former River City star Jayd Johnson a BAFTA for her portrayal of plucky copygirl Paddy Meehan.
13 Which murder drama tells the story of a young copygirl played by Jayd Johnson working for the Glasgow Daily News in the 1980s .
Young, ambitious copygirl Paddy (Jayd Johnson) is fascinated by the story and waits, along with the rest of the city, for the inevitable arrest of a murderer.
Based on Denise Mina's novel, it follows Paddy Meehan (Jayd Johnson) as a newspaper copygirl in1982 Glasgow who dreams of becoming an investigative journalist.
Set in Glasgow in 1982, it follows Paddy Meehan (Jayd Johnson) a young copygirl in a newspaper office who dreams of becoming an investigative journalist, but when she finally gets a chance to land a scoop of her own, it's in the worst possible circumstances.
Young, ambitious copygirl Paddy Meehan (Jayd Johnson) is fascinated by the story and waits, along with the rest of the city, for the inevitable arrest of a murderer.
Set in Glasgow in 1982, it follows Paddy Meehan (Jayd Johnson), right, a young copygirl in a newspaper office who dreams of becoming an investigative journalist.
15pm Adapted from the Denise Mina novel, this two-part crime drama is set in Glasgow in 1982 and centres on would-be journalist Jayd Johnson, a copygirl working in a newspaper office manned by the likes of David Morrissey and Peter Capaldi.
I don't know how she managed to get that job," said her friend Rosalind Massow, who worked at the newspaper as a copygirl.
Paddy Meehan makes her first appearance in Field of Blood (*** Nov/Dec 2005), where, as a copygirl who toils at Glasgow's Daily News in hopes of one day becoming a reporter, she follows the trail of two young boys accused of murdering a toddler.