authoresses

authoresses
au·thor || 'ɔːθə v. write something (book, story, report etc.); be the author of; cause something, be the creator of something, originate n. writer, one who writes a book or other literary work; one who creates, one who originates au·thor·ess || 'ɔːθərɪs n. female author, writer

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