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  • Ruddick (1984), for example, has laboured to dislodge her concept of 'maternal thinking' from nineteenth-century biologism and to construct a new theory of feminist pacifism based on the concept of 'preservative love' (in Pierson, 1987: 205).

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  • At the small plant on Saul Road in Pierson, the lifelong Florida resident has been cleaning alligators for 14 years.

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  • I know, was still in Pierson's mind and mine – whether it was in Tom's or not, I don't know, for he didn't say anything.

    The Boys and I: A Child's Story for Children

  • Pierson is to be married on the tenth of next month.

    The Boys and I: A Child's Story for Children

  • He was a member of a Yale group called the Pierson Pachyderms, named after Yale's Pierson College.

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  • In "A Lesson In Murder", Joe Pierson - the 11 year old murder victim - and his father Eric Pierson left were listed as Coopers in the end credits, despite being clearly addressed and referred to as Pierson throughout the case.

    (EAST) END CREDITS SNAFU

  • "Now that's settled I'll call the Pierson game off," said Dunk, as we shall call him from now on.

    Andy at Yale Or, The Great Quadrangle Mystery

  • The proof is what we see today, recalls Pierson, who spends his retirement on a boat in Corsica.

  • Facing the possibility of playing a field player in goal for the spring, Guerreri made the decision to call Pierson back for the season.

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  • Then he's hijacked - rerouted mid-transfer to a hotel room where he finds himself face to face with a two-headed, three-legged alien called a Pierson's puppeteer.

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