Nowadays, addressing a woman as "Ms" is considered acceptable.
She had no "occupation". She was a native American woman and mother married to a French trapper. The idea of "occupation" is a modern one.
You mean, the evil woman? She was a ventriloquist.
The woman is a widow.
"A woman whose occupation is sewing."-Merriam Webster
salesman/woman secretary structural engineer
Yes, the cat is considered a woman; if not a kitten. When a kitten, it would be considered a girl.
If 'Old Woman Swamp' is the name of a specific swamp (real or fictional), it is a proper noun. A proper noun is always capitalized. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing.
At 5'7'', a woman should be about 125-145 lbs. Differences can be caused by age, body type, muscle mass, medical conditions, and medications. A weight a few pounds off of this scale, however, is most likely still able to be considered a "proper" weight.
The accepted term, occupation, is the job or career you are following. A Postman (or woman) would state that their occupation was working for the Post Office. My favourite occupation, now I have been retired for four years, is to do a bit of gardening and to look after my Grandchildren when required!
Proper etiquette was to not show skin if you were a woman, to eat with a fork, et cetera
a dress called sari
If it is a name or place then yes. If not no.
That would be a hermaphrodite.
on the left side
A hemoglobin of 12-16 is considered normal for a woman.
No, but the woman that she became after transition is now a gay woman.
No, only Adult men were considered citizens.
The common nouns for the proper noun 'Alberta' are province, girl, woman.
The aggregation between a man and a woman is considered a marriage. The aggregation between a man and a woman is considered a marriage.
she is a woman of powerful mind and speaks for the truth. she is also considered to be the only woman to be included as an international judge ]
The word woman is a common noun, a word for any woman anywhere, any female person.A proper noun is the name of a person, a place, a thing, or a title; for example:Wonder Woman, DC Comics superhero (even the names of fictional characters are proper nouns)Woman Lake in Cass County, MNCeltic Woman, all female musical group, performers of Irish music'Eat Drink Man Woman' 1994 movie by Ang Lee