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Accumulating some citations for "business girl"

Shorter Slang Dictionary - Page 34, by Rosalind Fergusson, Eric Partridge - 1994 - 241 pages

Wimmin, Wimps & Wallflowers: an encyclopaedic dictionary of gender and sexual orientation bias ... - Page 40, by Philip H. Herbst - 2001 - 322 pages

Inside and Outside the Law: Anthropological Studies of Authority and Ambiguity - Page 78 by Olivia Harris - 1996 - 218 pages The most popular labels that London prostitutes use to refer to themselves continue to be business girl or 'working girl'. Prostitution in London is ...

Knowledge of Evil: Child Prostitution and Child Sexual Abuse in Twentieth-Century England - Page 8, by Alyson Brown, David Barrett - 2002 - 256 pages In such work other terms, such as sex worker, business girl/boy, 'trade' have ... "prostitution" is behaviour - not a person - and a "prostitute" is merely ...

Love, Sex and Marriage: A Historical Thesaurus - Page 309, by Julie Coleman - 1999 - 600 pages

Defeated; Inside America's Military Machine - Page 218, by Stuart H. Loory - 1973 - 405 pages 5, because of her identity as a "business girl" has been the target of ... Fraser used the term "business girl," he was using the euphemism for "prostitute" ... Defeated; Inside America's Military Machine - Page 370 ... young Korean prostitute, and before he knows it, he is seated, has ordered two drinks, and the "business girl" is in his lap, rubbing his genitalia, ...

Communicating Gender - Page 131, by Suzanne Romaine - 1999 - 406 pages Not surprisingly, the term business girl used to be a slang term for a prostitute. When Alma Graham was called “the leading lady of lexicography,” she ...

Britslang: an uncensored A-Z of the people's language including rhyming slang - Page 79 by Ray Puxley - 2004 - 547 pages

What Japanese Words Say about Women - Page 103 by Kitteridge Cherry - 2002 - 160 pages ... a snappy acronym for "business girl," or so the Japanese thought. ... already used "B-girl" for "bar girl," a type better known as a prostitute.

My Son and Heir - Page 57, by Isabella Holt - 1949 - 346 pages "She's a business girl I met in an office. She's putting her little brother through school." "On the profits of prostitution!" He flinched from the vile

Women of Uneasy Virtue: Tales of Korea in the Modern Warlord Era - Page 36 by Paul Luchessa - 2000 “Ifyou're going to be a business girl, at least be honest about it. ... Now if you're going to be a whore you have to play by the rules. ...

Encounter - Page 43, by Congress for Cultural Freedom - 1990 There was Teresa, an elegant "business" girl who was married to a sophisticated bearded negro who wore a homburg hat, a waiter, a young chef whose pretty ...

Not entirely a guaranteed citation. Would bneed to be able to check the full text of the book. But certainly seems to indicate this usage of the phrase.

Story - Page 90, by Whit Burnett, Martha Foley - 1931 She is a business girl." There was a hissing-spitting sound from the girl in the ... "I am nut a business girl." The girl with the water tube said nothing. ...

Even less of a guaranteed citation. Again, could only tell by finding the full context in the book.
  • 1997 -- Martin Limón: Slicky Boys (page 2) [1]
    Eun-hi was a business girl. One of the finest in Itaewon. Finer than frog hair, to be exact. A GI's dream...