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  • In fact, an older woman stopped me one day when I was wearing this stunning silver bikini and told me I should be on the cover of Ocean Drive magazine.

    Everything I Needed to Know About Being a Girl I Learned from Judy Blume

  • At Diane's urging, Joel's parents went through the line first, with Diane herself holding Mrs. Morgenstern's plate while the older woman selected what she wanted to eat.

    Grave Surprise

  • Manon Vionne sat at one side of the table, an older woman across from her.

    City of Glory

  • He tells Susan he met an older woman he wants to be loyal to, she reminds him of Suicide Donna who bought him his nice bombardier jacket, a real war hero number.

    The Big Nowhere

  • One striking shot shows a confident-looking older woman in the foreground, with her family, slightly out of focus, behind her.

    Experiential Marketing

  • How tiny this older woman is—only four-foot-eleven and less than a hundred pounds!

    The Courage To Be Christian

  • “Maureen, this is Dr. Lewis,” she said when the older woman approached, her expression curious.

    Dragon Warrior

  • The older woman next to me clutches her cakelike cap to her head as if it might fly off, and leaps to her feet.


  • “Let us—let us have some tea,” the older woman finally said, indicating the table with her hand and sitting down smoothly in one of the stiff-backed, poofy-seated chairs.


  • Auntie Gal and Uncle Edmund had brought along a friend from Portland, an older woman with thick glasses, who asked Ruth what she did for a living.

    The Bonesetter's Daughter


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