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A Common Woman

Film

"A Common Woman" is a 1976 drama film written by Su-hyeon Kim and directed by Jang-ho Byeon.

  • also known as Common Woman
  • country: South Korea
  • language: Korean Language
  • director: Byeon Jang-Ho
  • starring:
  • genres: Melodrama, Drama, World cinema, East Asian cinema
  • released on (39 years ago)
  • award:
    • PaekSang Arts Award for Best Leading Actress in Film nomination for Kim Ja-ok
    • PaekSang Arts Award for Best Leading Actress in Film, received by Kim Ja-ok

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Google previewA new general English dictionary ... Originally begun by ... Thomas Dyche ... and now finish'd by William Pardon ... The seventh edition, etc (1752)

by Thomas DYCHE, William PARDON

sions alike, unrestraincd ; in the Scripture innzuagr, it means unclean or profane ; and among U', a common woman is a whore, &c. CO'MMON (S.) a piece or parcel os ground ...

Google previewA Complete and Universal English Dictionary on a New Plan: including not only ... a full explanation of difficult words and technical terms in all faculties and professions ... but ... a pronouncing dictionary ... To which are prefixed, A Free Enquiry into the Origin and Antiquity of Letters (by the Abbot Anselm) ... By ... James Barclay ... and others (1774)

by James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.)

A common woman, not confined to ...

Google previewA Concise Legal Dictionary

by Charles Erehart Chadman

A common woman. Common recovery. A former mode of transferring the title to land by a fictitious suit, to evade statutes restricting the right of alienation. Canton sans nombre. Common without stint. The right to common an indefinite number of ...

Google previewA Concise Legal Dictionary Adapted for the Use of Law Students and All Persons Studying the Fundamentals of English and American Law (1909)

by Charles Erehart Chadman

A common woman. Common recovery. A former mode of transferring the title to land by a fictitious suit, to evade statutes restricting the right of alienation. Common sans nombre. Common without stint. The right to common an indefinite number ...

Google previewEncyclopedia Of Occult Scienses Vol. II Physiognomony (2015)

by Poinsot, Maffeo

ignoramus from the educated woman, a common woman from a lady of good family, however simply dressed. One piece of advice : — Distrust the sharp nose, and especially the thin lips. It is common knowledge that a woman with thin lips ...

Google previewThe law lexicon; or dictionary of jurisprudence, etc (1860)

by John Jane Smith WHARTON

A brothelman, or borelman, was a loose, idle fellow; a feme bordelier, or brothelier, a common Woman. Rrudhote. See BRIGBoTE. Bruere [erica, Lat., heath], heath-ground. Rrueria [fr. brar, Sax. briar], thorns, briars, heath.—Par. Ant. 620.

Google previewThe Royal English dictionary: or, A treasury of the English language (1775)

by Daniel Fenning

A Common woman, not confined to one person, but prostituted to any one In Grammar, applied to such verbs as lijmify both action or passion. Applied to j noun;, such as signify both sexes under one term, as parent signifies both father and ...

Google previewA dictionary of the english language (1853)

in which the words are deduced from their originals, explained in their different meanings, and authorized by the names of the writers in whose works they are found by Samuel Johnson, Henry John Todd

A common woman. This sense is now obsolete. Ibid. Atoll-gatherer; a collector of customs. Mountagu. CUSTREL. я. ». A buckler-bearer. Ld.Herbcrt. A vessel for holding wine. Ainsworth. CU'STUMARY. n. s. A book of laws and customs. Seiden ...

Google previewThe Royal English Dictionary; Or, A Treasury of the English Language ... To which is Prefixed, A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Tongue ... The Third Edition Improved (1768)

by Daniel Fenning

A common woman, not ccnfined to one person, but prostituted by any one. ln Grammar, applied to such verbs as signisy both action or paffion. Applied to nouns, such as signify both sexes ...

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