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  • And a fair portion of the valley responded, brought the women-folk and children along, and picnicked for the day.

    Chapter XXVI

  • One bad crop could send a family into crisis, so it was the canning, baking and scrimping skills of the women-folk that everyone else depended on.

    Ellen Snortland: Shop Locally, Not Globally

  • The Navajo were unusual in the high position they accorded to their women-folk, who could own property of their own; thus Cleonie presumably passed into the possession of her owner's widows, which might not have happened in another tribe.

    Isabelle

  • The Iranian diplomat mentioned that the right for a woman to leave her home when she chooses and to be able to go where ever she chooses is not a right that some Islamic cultures feel should be granted to their women-folk and we should in his words, "respect that".

    Ami Horowitz: My Trip to Bizarro World

  • Will the relationship improve (or heal) if the leadership in politics in the two countries were to pass on to the women-folk?

    India and Pakistan: A Recipe For Peace

  • Does the Klan know that you post on boards that allows women-folk and teh coloreds???

    Obama: "I'm Not Vetting My Pastor"

  • Shall we pull at our beards and thrash our women-folk? yeesh

    Poll: McCain Takes Modest National Lead Over Obama

  • You could very well get some Konservative GOP women-folk secretly voting Hill.

    Poll: Clinton, Giuliani, McCain Top Presidential Field

  • Julie - everyday certainly could for us women-folk.

    National Cleavage Day!

  • Saturday, January 31, 2009 ยท 1. Pistachios in the shell that leave my tongue sore from working out all the salt 2. Knitting a beaded, skinny scarf for a friend and having it look smashing on her 3. Hanging with the pajama-clad women-folk 4. Knowing I am wanted 5. Watching a kitten explore her new home and calling out the screen door to the dirty boy who lives under the deck

    Grace In Small Things: Part 70 of 365

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