editress

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editress

(ˈɛdɪtrəs) or

editrix

n
(Professions) a female editor
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Last August, camera shy and self-effacing editrix was asked to take over the executive director position for the Center for International Trade Expositions and Mission (CITEM), the export promotion arm of the Department of Trade and Industry.
THE MOST powerful woman of fashion, US Vogue editrix Anna Wintour, once again hosted the ultimate fashion party at the Met in New York.
Once-disgraced designer John Galliano took a step closer to fashion rehabilitation on Monday night when he was invited to present an award at the star-studded British Fashion Awards -- moving famously icy Vogue editrix Anna Wintour to tears.
Her plane, which also had Vogue editrix Anna Wintour and models Jourdan Dunn and Georgia May Jagger on board, was diverted to Newcastle on Friday because of the galeforce winds.
The Legendary Vogue editrix was considered a serious candidate for the U.S.
Worldwide attention and now, banned from the cover of Vogue, reportedly by order of editrix Anna Wintour.
But this year, Kardashian and West, who performed at the gala, reportedly dined at Wintour's Manhattan home ahead of the event in the hopes an "intimate dinner" would sway the editrix to give Kardashian an invitation.
Latoya Peterson is the editrix of Racialicious.com.
She barely speaks English," Contactmusic quoted French Vogue editrix Carine Roitfeld as saying.
recall the real-life spectacle of Vogue editrix and reigning empress of
"If you're a sick chick in search of like-minded folks--the kind of people who are living well in spite of illness--" you'll be in good company at CHRONICBABE (www.chronicbabe.com), "an online community for younger women with chronic health issues." "Editrix" Jenni Prokopy, a self-described "hottie" who for years has managed fibromyalgia, asthma, anxiety, Raynaud's phenomenon, and GERD in addition to living the rest of life fully, started the site two years ago.
He wrote: "I used to have some respect for the Chronicle as an honest paper but I cannot have if its editrix (I think this refers to Deputy Features Editor Jennifer Bradbury who helps compile our Letters pages) is not just editing but censoring readers' letters and I know that there is no machinery or complaint against this except in the paper itself.