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  • In manners she was precisely like what the Suffragette was at that time expected to be, pushing her way through the crowd, and vociferating 'Shyme!' to all and sundry.

    The Convert

  • He understood, however, that Delia, whom he remembered as a child, was a "Suffragette," and that Mr. Winnington,

    Delia Blanchflower

  • When the lawyers tried to stop the "Suffragette" from appearing at all, they practically said: "We do not know your next week's crime, because it isn't committed yet; but we are scientifically certain you have the criminal type.

    Utopia of Usurers and Other Essays

  • I recently embarrassed myself by jokingly saying 'Well, what IS your kind of chicken, David?' while listening to Suffragette City.

    Mondegreens

  • Madeleine Marentette, founder of Grail Springs Spa and Retreat Center, decided to dance her own jig in a park and host a conference call-style event that is free to the public, called "100 Women of Destiny: From Suffragette to Social Networker."

    Kari Henley: How To Start A Movement In 3 Minutes

  • Indeed, she provides a stunning example of a woman caught in a period of shifting values, from Victorian to "progressive" to "Suffragette."

    Personal Information for Ray Frank

  • That said, Everything Everything have become notorious for asking "Who's gonna sit on your face when I'm not there?" on their early single "Suffragette Suffragette" (officially, it's "the fence").

    Man Alive by Everything Everything

  • The past is brought to life through the Heiress, the Gibson Girl, the Bohemian, the Suffragette, the Flapper and the Screen Siren.

    Single definition of American Woman proves elusive at Costume Institute

  • Thus when it shows the U.K. as having no female chief executives in companies of more than 1,000 employees, the reader might leap to the conclusion that the Suffragette movement had better be recalled.

    Addressing Perceived Discrimination

  • The significance of David Bowie using the term "Suffragette City" was it was a historical part of London that the writer of the song probably just liked the name of.

    Back in the Saddle: The Unwatched Pot Boils Over

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