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|Steinem, Gloria She wears her clothes as if they were thrown on with a pitch folk. |
- Swift, Jonathan They are best dressed, whose dress no one observes. -
Trollope, Anthony I hold that gentleman to be the best-dressed whose dress no
|Swift, Jonathan She wears her clothes as if they were thrown on with a pitch folk. |
- Swift, Jonathan And he gave it for his opinion, that whoever could make two
ears of corn, or two blades of grass, to grow upon a spot of ground where only 1 ...
|Why, if you won't hear my $ate, kiss my, &c. Miss. Out upon you, for a ... Why, my |
lord, I thinjc she was cut out for a gentlewoman, but she was spoiFd in the making
: she wears her clothes, as if they were thrown on her with a pitch-fork ; and, for
the fashion, I believe they were made in the reign of Queen Bess. Neverout. Well
|Emily grabbed a pitchfork and started to muck out Patra's stall. She was |
completely covered in sweat, and her clothes were dirty and caked with straw
and horse manure. Are you going to muck all of them? Chevalier asked from
1958 - Snippet view
|Jonathan Swift, the great l8th Century wit, once said of a woman: "She wears her |
clothes as if they were thrown on with a pitchfork". There's no question that this
statement still would hold true for some women, but today, "thrown on with a ...
|Because the Ephesians were in the midst of a pagan society they were |
vulnerable to attacks by Satan, so they needed ... Of her appearance he said: "
She wears her clothes as if they were thrown on her with a pitchfork" (Polite
|The Tonight Show and Playboy parodies, she felt, unquestionably crossed the |
line from tribute to desecration.143 The ... Taking the clothes off the figures in the
late 1960s at the height of the sexual revolution was a knock on the ... ("You'
d Be Sour, Too, If You Were Subject of Countless Spoofs," read a Wall Street
Journal front-page headline after ... In the ads, Paris wears a denim bustier and
holds a chihuahua; Nicole wears unclasped overalls and a bikini and holds a
|CLOTHES make the man they say ; but more usually it is the man that makes the |
clothes. This was ... Some there may be who are like the lady spoken of by
Jonathan Swift : " She wears her clothes as if they were thrown on her by a