shop girl

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Noun1.shop girl - a young female shop assistantshop girl - a young female shop assistant  
fille, girl, miss, missy, young lady, young woman - a young woman; "a young lady of 18"
salesclerk, shop assistant, shop clerk, clerk - a salesperson in a store
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shop girl

ncommessa
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Sanford quotes, 'there was a succession of debts, dolly birds and shop girls,' and 'once he took a dislike to someone or something, you could not absolutely get him back again.' Critics say such traits of Khan's personality can still be seen today.
Work-shy Marieme, who changes her name to Vic, amuses herself by bullying shop girls.
SHOPGIRLS: THE TRUE STORY OF LIFE BEHIND THE COUNTER BBC2, 9pm This insightful series closes its doors tonight, as the final episode sees Dr Pamela Cox explore the second half of the 20th century, when shop girls managed to rid themselves of the staid reputation and became hip trendsetters.
Of course a spoonful of sugar to make this change appear acceptable, called the ''People's Safeguard''would be announced, but can you see shop girls andworking men contesting this so called beneficial dismissal system in a court of law?
The series will run weekly on BBC1 until November 13, with Lancashire playing Miss Audrey, who oversees the shop girls, and Elaine Cassidy as Katherine Glendenning, who also has her eye on the shop owner.
Amy was joking with the shop girls that she has become addicted to cleaning.
When the shop girls weighed out the sugar YOUR Remember When picture of the Town Hall brought back many happy memories.
Around 15 models, lap dancers and shop girls were found in several rooms.
PERHAPS it's working among rails of the trendiest threads on the high street that makes the Top Shop girls in Bangor such a bunch of honeys.
Bowlby argues that the shopper is now no longer a woman (but neither has she become a man); Rappaport positions the Victorian shopper as a woman walking alone, learning to navigate the city by looking at department store windows and shop girls in musical comedies as equally instructive in terms of what to buy; Burke includes women's organizations in his histories and women in his interviews, even as toiletries are somewhat overdetermined as gendered commodities and gender as a category of analysis remains largely absent from the political theories he invokes; Nelson examines women in South Korea, perhaps at the expense of men, inasmuch as foreign goods but not the sexual services of foreign women are targeted by the government's critique of "excessive consumption."
But the jury was not told that 10 weeks earlier, a police hearing found PC Shearer guilty of 11 sex offences against shop girls.