They encounter what appears to be an assault by a doorwoman
. Until they hear her version of events
Al-Bendari said that in the past he used to come and enter freely on Fridays because that's when the doorwoman
or bawaba would go to church.
Obedience the doorwoman
may look undutiful and sluggish, but though "in waiting nothing seems more slow, / Nothing [is] more quick when she doth go" (15-16).
co.uk THEATRE Bunty The Bouncer Telling the tale of a club doorwoman
over one night on a Liverpool city centre nightclub door.
As the doorwoman
went inside to help serve dinner, I opened the door for him, believing that he was one of the guests." She said he asked her to go with him because he wanted to give a gift for the bride.
McNamara said she enjoys all her various roles in the event, from doorwoman
to DJ to emcee.
The character of Benedetta Esposito, the Neapolitan portinaia (a doorwoman
who stereotypically makes it a point to know everyone in "her" building, a busybody in charge of enforcing condominium rules), reminds readers of the 1960s and 70s, when the pace of internal migrations that began after the war accelerated and redefined the human landscape of Italian cities.
When Angel/a sheds her/his male skin upon her/his mother's death, s/he simultaneously enters the sheltered stage of her/his life, where social interactions are limited to sporadic word exchange with the doorwoman
of the apartment building.
All profits from the calendar, which features 12 doormen and one doorwoman
, will go to radio station tfm's Make a Child Smile appeal.
They are also looking for a doorman or doorwoman
who will have to greet an awful lot of famous faces, as the Caledonian is a favoured place to stay for many celebrities who visit the capital.
At night she's a doorwoman
at a Shrewsbury nightclub.
Doorman and Doorwoman
of the Year Awards went to Johnny Gonzalez and Lillian Lopez.