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Even the proprietress was seized with momentary lassitude, and also stood still, her hands leaning on the counter.
If the fact that she was also proprietress of a good farm detracted nothing from her charms, that was natural enough.
RESCUE DOG OF THE HIGH PASSJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD
Perhaps it was just motherly jealousy of the new proprietress of Willie's time and attention.
“You see that young man,” said the honorable proprietress of the Hotel des Folies to her interlocutors.
OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEYEMILE GABORIAU
It is entirely under the control of ladies, being managed by a proprietress and female clerks.
THE YOUTHFUL WANDERERGEORGE H. HEFFNER
He appealed to Mrs. Moran, the good-natured proprietress of the Blessert Arms, for assistance before letting the surgeon leave.
But Mrs. Macleuchar, the proprietress of the Queensferry diligence, was in no hurry to face the wrath of the public.
RED CAP TALESSAMUEL RUTHERFORD CROCKETT
Proprietress (as customer becomes obstreperous), "Now then, Willie, over the top!"
You go in to the little room where Villagers are drinking tea, and the proprietress approaches to take your order.
GREENWICH VILLAGEANNA ALICE CHAPIN
The one she had addressed as “daughter” was a careworn woman of forty, proprietress and waitress of the house.

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