foundresses


foundresses
found·er || 'faʊndə(r) n. establisher; originator; person who founds (institution, settlement, etc.); one who casts, one who molds; one who establishes a channel, one who gives authorization to operate a channel (Computers) v. fill with water and sink; fall; fail; stumble; cause to sink found·ress || 'faʊndrɪs n. woman involved in founding or establishing something

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