draftswoman


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drafts·wom·an

 (drăfts′wo͝om′ən)
n.
1. A woman who draws plans or designs, as of structures to be built.
2. A woman who draws, especially an artist.

draftswoman

(ˈdræftswʊmən)
n
(Professions) the US spelling of draughtswoman
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--Female (Realschule/secondary intermediate school diploma '79): 1st training = Architectural draftswoman; 2nd training = Chartered engineer (2nd educational route via a technical college)
MHAIRI 'They're brilliant and worth buying' DRAFTSWOMAN Mhairi Heron, 39, from Kilbirnie, Ayrshire, said: "I'm a 36DD and really petite.
CoR First-Vice President and opinion draftswoman Mercedes Bresso described this as "a worrying scenario, not only for regional and local authorities, but also for a number of member states, whose investments strongly rely on EU funding".
This made it harder to recognize Spero's early figurative paintings (for instance, of lovemaking scenes) as inchoate, hard-fought artifacts, arguably most telling as testaments to the artist's dogged self-discovery as an exceptionally good draftswoman. They bear the evidence of repetitive cycles of drawing and erasure, a technique that brings to mind Harold Rosenberg's 1952 line: "It's not that, it's not that, it's not that." With the "War" drawings, though, Spero began trusting her core ability--to orchestrate forms two-dimensionally, by graphic means.
In discussion of ITRE's opinion - adopted on 25 June - on the Foreign Affairs Committee's report on a European foreign policy for energy, draftswoman Lena Ek shared the Commission's concerns: "It's deeply troubling that a proposal for an energy Solana' has been put forward," said Ek.
She attended high school and later worked as a draftswoman and a property management specialist.
Dominique Vlasto (EPP-ED, France), draftswoman on port state control, voiced "confidence in the possibility of reaching an early agreement".
Susannah started out in the traditionally male world of construction by following in her father's footsteps as a draftswoman.
As a 20-year-old, she was plucked from an electronics firm assembly line because of her drafting ability to become the company's draftswoman. She had a steady boyfriend.
Pink's life falls into three main phases: the first was her youth in Tasmania, her training as an artist at the Julian Ashton School of Art, and her working life in Sydney as a draftswoman; the second phase began with her study of anthropology; and the third, with her return to Alice Springs in 1944, lasted until her death.
HOME: Oli lives with mum Maggie, a law costs draftswoman, dad John, a solicitor, and has a sister, Rosie.