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  • Of course, there are now many historians who study popular culture, lowbrow entertainment, and the people of the streets, but I am always dismayed to find that they treat every saloon, high-heel shoe, or rock song as something else.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • She is naked, wearing only high-heel shoes, sobbing into a cell phone.

    Shatter by Michael Robotham: Book summary

  • The film, which will be shown Sept. 29 as part of BAMcinĂ©matek's forthcoming series The Complete Vincente Minnelli, tells a simple story, confined to a single weekend, of a girl named Alice ( Judy Garland ) and a young soldier named Joe ( Robert Walker ) who meet over a broken high-heel in crowded wartime Penn Station.

    Somewhere, Over the City

  • In this irreverent comedy, the action centers on a cult of Slim-Fast drinking, high-heel wearing, big-haired secretaries working to initiate a new recruit.

    Queer things (Blog for Democracy)

  • Katherine Nolan dares you to ogle her slinky high-heel poses while reprimanding you for doing so.

    This week's new exhibitions

  • So he convinced her to slip out of the combat boots and into "a Givenchy high-heel bootie" when trying out for jobs, he says.

    Behind a Model's Rise to Star Status, a Canny Agent

  • I entered in the car lane, even though there was traffic going by, and soon began running as fast as I could in my high-heel sandals.

    The Wall Street Journal Editorial Page: Sept. 12, 2001

  • Bring them into the current decade with skinny jeans, a shrunken blazer and high-heel ankle boots.

    Peace, love and rockin' style

  • Anonymous said ... about two years ago on one of the shopping channels there was a fashion designer saying that they were promoting masculinity for women from the waist down with the jeans, high-heel, knee-length boots and words something like "super femininity with lots of cleavage, long hair, earrings, and make up for women".

    The Long, Modest Gowns Painted by Peter Severin Kroyer (1851-1909)

  • On a recent morning, Ms. Wright dashed around IFF's New Jersey laboratory dressed in black lace tights, a butterfly-print dress, high-heel ankle boots and a white lab coat.

    The Tastemaker in Her Flavor Factory

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