(1) To add to the authenticity, a massive family portrait from 1970s Saigon shows our proprietress at age eight.(2) There she lives under the watchful eye of the proprietress , the geisha house ├ö├ç├┐mother├ö├ç├û, even stricter than her own mother.(3) Maybe I'll find my pension by happening across its grinning proprietress as she wanders the streets trying to snare lost holidaymakers in the morning.(4) The proprietress Claude, a woman with all the graces, originally from Tours, and her solid bricoleur husband, recommended a lovely place to swim no more than ten kilometers ├ö├ç├┐thattaway├ö├ç├û.(5) The next morning, the proprietress of the B & B, waggling an admonishing finger as only middle-aged Welsh matrons can, suggested that we should find alternate lodging.(6) In fact, if the truth were told, his long courtship of Inger was as much a courtship of the business as of its proprietress .(7) In the village he only seemed to know the proprietress .(8) The proprietress is intrigued to see someone with a white face - a foreigner.(9) I give the place 9 points out of a possible ten, with a mandatory point deducted when the proprietress failed to address me as ├ö├ç├┐hon.├ö├ç├û(10) He alone among the guests at a country inn does not vie for the affections of the proprietress Mirandolina, thus setting in motion her plan to humble him by seducing him.(11) On the proprietress 's recommendation, I complemented the puffer with a plate of fried tofu, which was also very good.(12) I met the proprietress of the establishment on a street as I looked at another pension, and she was all smiles and pigeon English as she led me to a dark alley.(13) Perhaps in their younger days the grumpy old men had a talent for fast-paced interviewage, but surely not the knack for tag-team existentialism, and Matthau was never told off by a strict proprietress for climbing on a cafÔö£┬« counter.(14) Also arrested in an operation, codenamed " Fire Balloon " which started last Friday, were a director of a company, a proprietress of an estate agency, six flat owners, and 30 suspected bogus tenants.(15) There were two customers in the salon when the incident happened shortly before 3.30, but they and the proprietress dashed to safety into the street.(16) Having received directions from the proprietress , Mrs. Marshall, that morning they made their way to Flinders Street Station to find a train which would take them the seven or eight miles to the bayside suburb of Brighton.