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“In fact, an older woman stopped me one day when I was wearing this stunning silver bikini and told me I should be on the cover of Ocean Drive magazine.”
“At Diane's urging, Joel's parents went through the line first, with Diane herself holding Mrs. Morgenstern's plate while the older woman selected what she wanted to eat.”
“Manon Vionne sat at one side of the table, an older woman across from her.”
“He tells Susan he met an older woman he wants to be loyal to, she reminds him of Suicide Donna who bought him his nice bombardier jacket, a real war hero number.”
“One striking shot shows a confident-looking older woman in the foreground, with her family, slightly out of focus, behind her.”
“How tiny this older woman is—only four-foot-eleven and less than a hundred pounds!”
““Maureen, this is Dr. Lewis,” she said when the older woman approached, her expression curious.”
“The older woman next to me clutches her cakelike cap to her head as if it might fly off, and leaps to her feet.”
““Let us—let us have some tea,” the older woman finally said, indicating the table with her hand and sitting down smoothly in one of the stiff-backed, poofy-seated chairs.”
“Auntie Gal and Uncle Edmund had brought along a friend from Portland, an older woman with thick glasses, who asked Ruth what she did for a living.”
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