Some articles on working girl, working, girl:
... Garrison's first volume of poetry, A Working Girl Can't Win, was published in 1998 ... John Updike's comments are printed on the book jacket of Working Girl and reprinted liberally throughout book reviews ... "accessible" and commercially successful (Working Girl sold over 30,000 copies) does not detract from its value ...
6 - Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Working Girl Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface ... Zollo Working Girl – Douglas Wick Barry Levinson – Rain Man Charles Crichton – A Fish Called Wanda Mike Nichols – Working Girl Alan Parker – Mississippi Burning Martin ... Jarre Rain Man – Hans Zimmer "Let the River Run" from Working Girl – Music and Lyric by Carly Simon "Calling You" from Bagdad Cafe Music and Lyric by Bob Telson "Two Hearts" from Buster ...
... For the Working Girl is the title of the ninth album release by singer-songwriter Melissa Manchester released by Arista Records ... Studios in Boulder, Colorado in the summer of 1980, For the Working Girl reteamed Manchester with Steve Buckingham producer of the singer's 1979 self-titled album release as with the Melissa ... Released in September 1980, For the Working Girl received heavy promotion emphasizing Manchester's new streamlined image, the album's cover photograph being taken by glamor shot ...
... as a member of The Merry Garden's marathon dance company and toured with them, working dance marathons during the Great Depression (setting the world record of 3,501 hours with partner Ruthie Smith at ... It was while working at the defense plant during the Second World War that he first began writing songs ("It Only Happens Once" was written at the plant) ... added the "i" to avoid confusion with a girl singer at the station who went by the name of Frances Lane ...
More definitions of "working girl":
- (noun): A young woman who is employed.
Famous quotes containing the words working girl, girl and/or working:
“I was always pretending that I was a poor-working-girl, always forgetting that I was really poor M also a working girl.”
—Margaret Anderson (18861973)
“... the time will come when no servant will be hired without a diploma from some training school, and a girl will as much expect to fit herself for house-maid or cook, as for dressmaker or any trade.”
—Lydia Hoyt Farmer (18421903)
“Faith is synonymous with working hypothesis.”
—William James (18421910)