He asked why it was that Saldanha "was placed in a position in a matron office to be receiving calls from outside agencies".
Ted Lindsay, Reggie Sinclair, and Marty Pavelich of the Red Wings, were ushers, and Ted's wife, Pat, was matron of honor.
"And I saw her lights go on as soon as she went in," added the matron, pointing to the distant illuminated transom.
Never ought so worthy, so valuable a matron to be lost to the world.
If any woman be found disobedient in these respects, the yard-keeper is to report the case to the matron.
And the matron—not Miss Coffin, but the other one—called me 'Maggie.'
The matron maintained the rank which had been assigned to her as a maiden.
On a morning in August the matron's report had closed with a startling item.
But how can Nora go away on a wedding journey and be Jessica's matron of honor, too?
Then Sister Allworthy whispered to the matron, who said, "Bring her in."
late 14c., "married woman" (usually one of rank), from Old French matrone "married woman; elderly lady; patroness; midwife," and directly from Latin matrona "married woman, wife, matron," from mater (genitive matris) "mother" (see mother (n.1)). Sense of "female manager of a school, hospital, etc." first recorded 1550s.