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A female member of Congress, especially a female member of the US House of Representatives.‘we wrote the congresswoman voicing our concerns’[as title] ‘Congresswoman Maxine Waters’
- ‘As a former congresswoman famously remarked, a woman can push a button just as easily as a man.’
- ‘Well, first, congratulations to you, congresswoman.’
- ‘A leading U.S. senator and a leading U.S. congresswoman weigh in.’
- ‘This first-term, Republican congresswoman from Washington state is seriously trying to get the corrupting power of Big Money out of American politics.’
- ‘The Southeast Missouri congresswoman said several lawmakers were out of the room when the party leadership suddenly called for a voice vote on the issue.’
- ‘A Florida man has been charged with attempting to run over a controversial Republican congresswoman with his car.’
- ‘A rancher, social activist, and Arizona's first congresswoman, she spent several years after World War I helping a group of veterans run a furniture-making business.’
- ‘Eventually the whole story gets caught up in politics, with angry pro-life protestors waving pictures of dead fetuses at the weeping girl, whose cause has been taken up by a brave and kind Democratic congresswoman.’
- ‘And why one leading congresswoman who strongly supports free trade has come out strongly opposed to the latest so-called free trade agreement.’
- ‘He also heard that he should stop talking about this congresswoman who was getting upset about the things he was saying about her.’
- ‘A national commission chaired by a Democratic former congresswoman recommended reducing human inflows by a third.’
- ‘The former Republican congresswoman from Florida, who specialized in defense issues, died today of complications from a brain hemorrhage.’
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