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|And they tolerated it and let us go ahead and play with our toys. Orson Welles, |
age 55 (1970) It seems as though women keep growing. Eventually they can
have little or nothing in common with the men they chose long ago. Eugenie
|Women will not become less gentle and graceful, but men will become more so. |
... Child, Lydia M. It seems as though women keep growing. Eventually they can
have little or nothing in common with the men they chose long ago. - Clark ...
|1 It seems as though women keep growing. Eventually they can have little or |
nothing in common with the men they chose long ago. Quoted in Ms. August
1979 Kenneth (Lord) Clark (1903–83) BRITISH ART HISTORIAN He was director
of the ...
|It seems as though women keep growing. Eventually they can have little or |
nothing in common with the men they chose long ago." Dr. Clark seems to have
inherited her independence from the women who raised her. "When I first met
|The question whether more or fewer avail thtmselves of this lawful liberty is |
nothing to the point. ... Among us, as among the former chosen people, polygamy
is the condition of a young and growing civilization, and tends, as with ... psalms,
the easier the common people could keep pace with them i” Then the discussion
went on; but logic made no impression. ... for popular use; and they select what
they themselves like, while the little folks have to do the best they can with what
|In Manning Up, Manhattan Institute fellow and City Journalcontributing editor Kay Hymowitz argues that the gains of the feminist revolution have had a dramatic, unanticipated effect on the current generation of young men.|
|the men who have much money have either made it themselves, and been too |
much engrossed in that work to have ... or else they have inherited it, and
avoided hard work, and missed de— velopment and high reputation in that way.
... By the will of the late ROBERT P. Doasnus, a banker of this city, his entire
estate will eventually go to Washington and Lee ... to learn that his bequest was
inspired by a life-long admiration of Len. who chose, in preference to
moneymaking with his fame ...
|Two years ago Mr. Winkworth, gardener at Childwall Hall, Liverpool, obtained |
from the variety Ralph Brocklebank, which also originated with him ... striking at
the usual season of the year, after flowering, and grown on eventually into large
plants. ... Bra—It seems a pity that those who find fault with your drawings could
not prevent the demise of the Floral World. If that periodical could have stood on
its legs until now, they might have seen the way clear to have developed it, and
|To the Editor of the World: Sm :— There is no crop that is grown in East |
Tennessee that gives our people so much actual ... And as this fruit is generally
gathered and dried by women and children who would be doing little else, the
crop costs less than .... Though a native of France, it has long since become
thoroughly acclimated to this country, and there seems no ... budding or grafting;
nor does it appear that they require any particular soil or location, other than is
commonly chosen for ...
|World Champion Magician Asa young girl growing up in Chino. jultuna Chen |
never imagined the success she would have as a performer. AI |usl 10 years old,
she was chosen to attend the Hunon Academy for the Performing Arts. The
Hunon Academy is one ... In 1997. she became the first woman and the first
magician from China to win a world title for a solo act at the World ... Q They have
nothing in common. ... Q It is better to try something new than to keep doing the
some old thing.