seawife


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seawife

(ˈsiːˌwaɪf)
n
(Animals) a variety of sea fish which is tropical, brightly coloured and has spiny fins
Also called: wrasse
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Nuns sketch for Cook's Revue Rustle of Spring at the Phoenix Theatre Actress Joan Collins, who was recently made a Dame, found herself playing the survivor of a cargo ship sunk by a Japanese sub in 1957 movie Seawife. She was in a lifeboat with several men, but only one knew she was a nun.
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