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  • She wanted to be called Raphaela, but he stood out for Zora. "

    Caught in the Net

  • "There's a tremendous proliferation that we're seeing of these films," said Mr. Powers, who programs the IFC Center's weekly Stranger Than Fiction series with partner Raphaela Neihausen, and also serves as curator for documentaries at the Toronto International Film Festival.

    Documentaries Take Lead Role

  • It was the forerunner of the piece that made me Raphaela.

    Miss Edna's Lace

  • I became Raphaela the day Anna Wintour's assistant called wanting my dress for a photo shoot.

    Miss Edna's Lace

  • I have two children with my first wife, Shulamith (Toaff): Ariela Gross, who is an historian and professor of law at the University of Southern California and the mother of my grandchildren, Raphaela and Sophia; and Elisheva

    David J. Gross - Autobiography

  • During four years spent as a researcher in an elementary school, Raphaela Best watched boys collect wounds as if they were medals of masculinity.

    Failing at FAIRNESS

  • Raphaela Best found the lunchroom to be another area of increasingly formal segregation.

    Failing at FAIRNESS

  • Raphaela Best observed the children over four years, and the walls of gender segregation grew higher and more entrenched.

    Failing at FAIRNESS

  • Raphaela’ — but these are merely a few specimens taken from innumerable rules, to which we can always return later on, if the occasion offers, and explain some of them.

    The Guermantes Way

  • During her four years as a researcher in an elementary school, Raphaela Best observed as male children learned the lessons of boyhood.

    Failing at FAIRNESS

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