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  • noun Plural form of First Lady.

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Examples

  • (Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated in March 1861.) "People have been writing about First Ladies since Martha Washington," says 'First Ladies' exhibit curator Lisa Kathleen Graddy.

    Dressing for History

  • Most ironically, the makeup, clothing, and hairstyles of prostitutes, which were maligned for their overt sexuality lipstick was “the scarlet shame of streetwalkers”, became widely fashionable among American women and are now so respectable that even First Ladies wear them.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • The dawning of an election year is certain to bring more attacks on Michelle Obama from the far-right press, which for years has unleashed an unprecedented barrage of name-calling assaults on the First Lady; assaults that in the past would have been deemed unthinkable by even partisan opponents who routinely avoided targeting First Ladies and their mostly ceremonial duties.

    Eric Boehlert: Confirmed: Nutrition Doesn't Explain Right-Wing Attacks on Michelle Obama

  • The dawning of an election year is certain to bring more attacks on Michelle Obama from the far-right press, which for years has unleashed an unprecedented barrage of name-calling assaults on the First Lady; assaults that in the past would have been deemed unthinkable by even partisan opponents who routinely avoided targeting First Ladies and their mostly ceremonial duties.

    Eric Boehlert: Confirmed: Nutrition Doesn't Explain Right-Wing Attacks on Michelle Obama

  • Few other administrations have been as entrenched in the power of pop culture as the Obama administration remember his Facebook campaign in 2008? and few other First Ladies have been more qualified to issue a message about healthier living through pop culture and social media.

    Courtney Reum: Where Food, Drink and Pop Culture Meet

  • The dawning of an election year is certain to bring more attacks on Michelle Obama from the far-right press, which for years has unleashed an unprecedented barrage of name-calling assaults on the First Lady; assaults that in the past would have been deemed unthinkable by even partisan opponents who routinely avoided targeting First Ladies and their mostly ceremonial duties.

    Eric Boehlert: Confirmed: Nutrition Doesn't Explain Right-Wing Attacks on Michelle Obama

  • The dawning of an election year is certain to bring more attacks on Michelle Obama from the far-right press, which for years has unleashed an unprecedented barrage of name-calling assaults on the First Lady; assaults that in the past would have been deemed unthinkable by even partisan opponents who routinely avoided targeting First Ladies and their mostly ceremonial duties.

    Eric Boehlert: Confirmed: Nutrition Doesn't Explain Right-Wing Attacks on Michelle Obama

  • The dawning of an election year is certain to bring more attacks on Michelle Obama from the far-right press, which for years has unleashed an unprecedented barrage of name-calling assaults on the First Lady; assaults that in the past would have been deemed unthinkable by even partisan opponents who routinely avoided targeting First Ladies and their mostly ceremonial duties.

    Eric Boehlert: Confirmed: Nutrition Doesn't Explain Right-Wing Attacks on Michelle Obama

  • The dawning of an election year is certain to bring more attacks on Michelle Obama from the far-right press, which for years has unleashed an unprecedented barrage of name-calling assaults on the First Lady; assaults that in the past would have been deemed unthinkable by even partisan opponents who routinely avoided targeting First Ladies and their mostly ceremonial duties.

    Eric Boehlert: Confirmed: Nutrition Doesn't Explain Right-Wing Attacks on Michelle Obama

  • The dawning of an election year is certain to bring more attacks on Michelle Obama from the far-right press, which for years has unleashed an unprecedented barrage of name-calling assaults on the First Lady; assaults that in the past would have been deemed unthinkable by even partisan opponents who routinely avoided targeting First Ladies and their mostly ceremonial duties.

    Eric Boehlert: Confirmed: Nutrition Doesn't Explain Right-Wing Attacks on Michelle Obama

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