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Your teapot decorated with Picasso's image of a washerwoman is a collectible.
In my whole washerwoman life I have cleared the basket completely--
One can also infer that part of the reason Soledad did not urge Celaya's father to marry the first woman he impregnated, as had been the tradition in his family, was that she was an Indian washerwoman.
Irish Songs contains nine Irish tunes arranged for the Five Finger Piano Collections from Hal Leonard: "Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms," "Danny Boy, "Harrigan," "The Irish Washerwoman," "Molly Malone (Cockles and Mussels)," "My Wild Irish Rose," "Sweet Rosie O'Grady," "Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That's an Irish Lullaby)" and "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling.
Louis as a washerwoman, wife, mother, and Supreme Court litigant.
The store in Melbourne removed the "Mamee" washerwoman dolls after a visit by Winfrey's production company.
A washerwoman had told us that no Arab maid was worth her bride price until she was able to cook eggplants in seven different ways," Ruth Jordan recollects in Daughter of the Waves: Memories of Growing Up in Pre-War Palestine.
The concert's first half concluded with two truly dazzling events: a precision drumming demonstration of escalating throb and fiendish dexterity that brought the audience cheering out of their seats; and a changing-of-the-guard medley that culminated in a dazzling version of "Irish Washerwoman," a pulsating, romp that began with solo violin and flute.
Toad is being mocked by the barge-woman who has realised he is not the washerwoman he is pretending to be.
The bright but penniless son of a 19th-century washerwoman resorts to a variety of ingenious methods to get on in the world.
The newsboy son of a poor washerwoman, losing his papers and few prized trinkets, joins a gang of youngsters out to exploit the disarray.
In Justice's case, (previously known as Ice) this has certainly been the case as he started off his life in the dream city as a well to do young man "with a car, a flat, a washerwoman, a billion friends and saw the underwear of almost all the girls who were going to Wits".