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  • All thanks to Linda and the other doyennes of technological progress such as Marylin Chambers, Traci Lords and the ineffable (actually, very effable) Nina Hartley.

    Post for 'Ada Lovelace Day'

  • All thanks to Linda and the other doyennes of technological progress such as Marylin Chambers, Traci Lords and the ineffable (actually, very effable) Nina Hartley.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • And with a six-month exhibition devoted to just one movement, what will happen when museumgoers come to see Andy Warhol's "Marylin"?

    MoMA to Offer Peek Inside Vault

  • "Marylin," still unconsciously speaking in the river-tribes 'language, "take cords from the hangings and bind her --"

    The Moon of Skulls

  • I was (am) wearing black pants, black on black chucks with skull laces, a bowling shirt that said "Nomads Traveling Singles" on it and had the name "Marylin" on it, skull stretchy bracelets, big plastic rings, and my huge leather NMB4Xmas watch.

    hamletwildie Diary Entry

  • "Marylin," he now said kindly, taking her small hands in his sword-calloused fingers, "methinks you have changed greatly in the years.

    The Moon of Skulls

  • "Marylin," said Kane gently, stroking her curly hair, "methinks you lack somewhat in faith, both in Providence and in me.

    The Moon of Skulls

  • I don't know why anybody would burn a holy book, for any reason, says Marylin Paul of Virginia.

    Religious Leaders Appeal for Calm After Quran Burning

  • I don't know why anybody would burn a holy book, for any reason, says Marylin Paul of Virginia.

    Religious Leaders Appeal for Calm After Quran Burning

  • I don't know why anybody would burn a holy book, for any reason, says Marylin Paul of Virginia.

    Religious Leaders Appeal for Calm After Quran Burning

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