An enraged woman runs across a street / to bring her handbag down, hard, on the back / of a skinhead Neo-Nazi flagbearer. / A photographer freezes her…
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Looking closer, you might guess this is a woman who knows something about flags. — Mark Granier
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Women and music comprise two of the most compelling components in Storyville’s history. — Eric Seiferth
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I need you more and more, and the great world grows wider, and dear ones fewer and fewer, every day that you stay away. — Emily Dickinson
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Lupe was a beautiful, spirited animal, but her jealousy and possessiveness gave our life together a wearying, hectic intensity. — Diego Rivera
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I think I would know Nora’s fart anywhere. I think I could pick hers out in a roomful of farting women. — James Joyce
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Attention to detail, patience and persistence. June Almeida had those qualities in spades. — Kenneth McIntosh
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The poor woman, seeing that she was approaching the ship, drew herself to the edge of the sea, at which place they found her on their arrival. — Queen…
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She walks like a man, she talks like a man — God, she even dresses like a man. — Helen Lynd
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Dull is a word that should be torn to pieces to see what it is made of. — Joe Carstairs
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Her life was a testament to the idea that women deserved access and opportunities equal to those available to men. — Peggy Miller Franck
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I don't imagine the annals of history furnish an example of philanthropy so noble, so extensive as this. — Edward Jenner
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