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  • Bella joked, trying to jolly Yetta into a better mood.

    Uprising

  • Yetta reached out to steady Bella, to hold her up.

    Uprising

  • In it, Bellow breaks off with a childhood girlfriend, Yetta Barshevsky.

    Saul Bellow's widow on his life and letters: 'His gift was to love and be loved'

  • Even Yetta had to admit, four hundred girls would have little more power than four hundred fleas.

    Uprising

  • I am thinking, thinking, Yetta, drifting with night, with infinity, and all my thoughts are of you.

    Saul Bellow's widow on his life and letters: 'His gift was to love and be loved'

  • Associated Press From left: Anna Gullo Pidone, Yetta Kreisel , Josephine Nicolosi and Flo Coannides , survivors of the Triangle Shirtwaist fire, at a ceremony to mark the 50th anniversary in 1961.

    Triangle Fire: Tracing a Tragedy

  • Yetta Kurland said: "We're obviously disappointed with the decision by judge Stallman and equally disappointed that he went the other way from an earlier judge who had granted an emergency order allowing protesters the right to Stay in the park with their belongings."

    Occupy Wall Street: Zuccotti Park re-opens - as it happened

  • Debbie, her aunt, Yetta, and all the other forces of evil would not get away with what they had done to me and all the other fat girls in this godforsaken world.

    Roseanne Archy

  • Debbie, her aunt, Yetta, and all the other forces of evil would not get away with what they had done to me and all the other fat girls in this godforsaken world.

    Roseanne Archy

  • They had offices on the tenth floor, and Yetta had heard the other girls whispering about seeing the men arriving or departing in their limousines.

    Uprising

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