papergirl


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pa·per·girl

 (pā′pər-gûrl′)
n.
A girl who sells or delivers newspapers.
Translations

papergirl

[ˈpeɪpəgɜːl] Nrepartidora f de periódicos

papergirl

paper girl [ˈpeɪpərgɜːrl] n (delivering)livreuse f de journauxpaper handkerchief paper hankie nmouchoir m en papierpaper knife paper-knife [ˈpeɪpərnaɪf] ncoupe-papier m invpaper lantern nlampion m
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Police are trying to establish whether the unidentified body of a young woman found a year after she disappeared in 1978 was the 13-year-old papergirl.
Police are trying to work out whether a corpse found a year after Genette vanished in 1978 was that of the 13-year-old papergirl.
She won a prize in the Birmingham Evening Mail papergirl of the year awards when she was 15, so it must be in the blood.
Going to his boss's house to collect his newspapers for delivery, paperboy Alan Dawson was more interested in a papergirl than the day's news.
Rice-Davies was also driven by money, and earned it as a Birmingham Evening Mail papergirl before, at 16, getting a job in the china department of New Street's Marshall and Snelgrove store.
SO 88-year-old Beryl Walker from Gloucester has been crowned the oldest papergirl in the world by Guinness World Records.
As a child, Lee was a papergirl in the Tile Hill area of the city and it meant she has grown up keeping her eye on the area's news through the pages of our newspaper.
Speaking to the late sex crimes expert Ray Wyre, Black discusses the case of papergirl Genette Tate, whose abductor has never been caught.
He said the summer promotion was so successful it will be repeated to encourage more young people to become a paperboy or papergirl.
The final stage of the Papergirl project saw more than 400 pieces of art by local and national artists handed out by cyclists on the streets of Newcastle and Gateshead.
Hefyd, byddwn yn cwrdd e Sien Davies wrth iddi fodelu mewn lluniau, ac yn ymuno e rownd bapur Papergirl.