Unless things are rewritten, she will mostly be remembered as the wife of an early husband and wife writing team. — Pamela L. Scott
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She was a scientist, with a scientist’s mind, and a scientist’s precision. — Margaret Marsh
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The devil came to me and bid me serve him. — Tituba
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I have lied, sworn, killed (I guess) and I have stolen. But I thank God that I can say on my death bed that I am a virtuous woman. — Maria “Belle” Boyd
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No number of exposures, in fact, seem to shake the faith of believers. — Rose Mackenberg
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Even I, who had long since ceased to believe in hero worship, found myself unconsciously a little thrilled by the quality of her spirit. — Harold Noice
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There is no reason why football should not be played by women, and played well, too. — Nettie Honeyball
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Why is this necessary? So that Hawai’ians are not put in second- or third-class status of Native people who don’t know anything. — Isabella Aiona Abbott
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If a woman has the right to be guillotined, she should also have the right to debate — Olympa de Gouges
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All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of thing shall be well. — Julian of Norwich
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She was as domestic as a shooting star. — Frank Lloyd Wright
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It didn’t take 999 to change the destiny of the country — it only took nine children. — Daisy Bates
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