helmswoman

helms·wom·an

 (hĕlmz′wo͝om′ən)
n.
A woman who steers a ship.
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helmswoman

[ˈhelmzˌwʊməm] N (helmswomen (pl)) → timonel f
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It joined statues already in place of a fisherwoman and an RNLI helmswoman on the coast, and all are known as the "Story Benches".
ANOTHER colourful character has joined the fisherwoman and an RNLI helmswoman Story Benches on Flint Foreshore.
After a successful first rescue of a teenage holiday maker, she hopes to become Newquay's first helmswoman. Meanwhile, on the West Coast of Scotland, the remote fishing village of Oban also has a new 18-year-old recruit, Andrew.
After a successful first rescue of a teenage holiday maker, she hopes to become Newquay's first helmswoman. Meanwhile, the remote fishing village of Oban also has a new 18-year-old recruit, Andrew.
He met his fiancee Elissa Thurs-field, a solicitor and trainee helmswoman, at the station.
The inaugural trophy for the Passage Race, proudly sponsored by Deakin University, will be called the 'Deakin Helmswoman Trophy'.
"We have progressed a lot since our last event," said helmswoman Raj Al Owaisi.
It was very exciting for us to try a new way of sailing and we learned so much from that experience," said 22 year old skipper and helmswoman, Raja al Owaisi.
CONGRESS helmswoman Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday attempted to battle the perception of policy paralysis in UPAII with an earful to her partymen in the morning and allies later at night -- prophetically sermonising how hard work and not tall promises will pay in the 2014 general elections.
The People would have welcomed a potential helmswoman standing for the leadership too, but no credible female candidate has so far come forward.
In a recent interview with Time magazine, the helmswoman seemed to have revealed that co-stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are together: "After I cast him, I told Rob, don't even think about having a romance with her .
Gray has been the helmswoman as the acquisitions come rolling in, consolidating alternative risk liability into AT&T's two existing captives as the communications holding company became the largest in the world