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  • noun Plural form of Amazon.

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Examples

  • I read his Dossouye story way back when it was in "Amazons" (edited by Jessica Amanda Salmonson).

    February 20th, 2008

  • In a relatively short period: Beyond my Control has been in Amazons Top 100 five times; under autobiographies which catapult sales.

    Interview with Stuart McCallum, author of "Beyond my Control" - The Creative Penn | The Creative Penn

  • And yes you are No 100 in Amazons Top 100. on September 5, 2008 at 3: 04 pm | Reply Luitenant Verkramp

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  • Amazons cutting of their own breasts, the showdown between Yorrick/womens prison ladies and Hero/Amazons is graphic too.

    Yorick and Ampersand Suffer From Separation Sickness in Y: The Last Man Movie? | /Film

  • The Portuguese explorer, Pedro de Magalhães de Gandovo, described such people -- whom he called Amazons -- in 1576: "The [women] wear their hair cut in the same way as the men, and go to war with bows and arrows and pursue game, always in company with men; each has a woman to serve her, to whom she says she is married, and they treat each other and speak with each other as man and wife."

    Christopher Ryan: The Prehistory of Prop 8

  • According to Greek tradition stretching back to the days of Homer, the Amazons were a tribe of warrior women living on the northern edge of the civilized world.

    Alexander the Great

  • And a horrific voyage it was, beset by starvation and near-constant battles with the native peoples— including most famously and apocryphally a ferocious race of female fighters known as Amazons, after the warrior women of Greek mythology.

    Escaping The Rainforest

  • Wonder Woman is a memeber, and I believe the princess, of the Amazons, which is an all-feamle tribe.

    Super Emo Friends

  • According to Greek tradition stretching back to the days of Homer, the Amazons were a tribe of warrior women living on the northern edge of the civilized world.

    Alexander the Great

  • According to Greek tradition stretching back to the days of Homer, the Amazons were a tribe of warrior women living on the northern edge of the civilized world.

    Alexander the Great

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