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  • 1 unmarried woman — noun a woman who is not married • Hypernyms: ↑woman, ↑adult female • Hyponyms: ↑signorina, ↑spinster, ↑old maid …

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  • 2 An Unmarried Woman — Infobox Film name = An Unmarried Woman director = Paul Mazursky writer = Paul Mazursky starring = Jill Clayburgh Alan Bates Michael Murphy distributor = 20th Century Fox released = March 5, 1978 runtime = 130 min. imdb id = 0078444 An Unmarried… …

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  • 3 An Unmarried Woman — La Femme libre (film, 1978) Pour les articles homonymes, voir La Femme libre. La Femme libre (titre original : An Unmarried Woman) est un film américain réalisé par Paul Mazursky, sorti en 1978. Sommaire 1 Synopsis …

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  • 4 An Unmarried Woman —    Voir Une femme libre …

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  • 5 Woman — • The position of woman in society has given rise to a discussion which, is known under the name of the woman question Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Woman     Woman      …

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  • 6 unmarried — unmarried, single, celibate, virgin, maiden are comparable as adjectives when they mean not united in bonds of marriage. Unmarried merely states the fact; it is usually applied to those who have not yet married, but in law, it is applicable to a… …

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  • 7 WOMAN — This article is arranged according to the following outline: the historical perspective biblical period marriage and children women in household life economic roles educational and managerial roles religious roles women outside the household… …

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  • 8 Woman — Women redirects here. For other uses, see Woman (disambiguation) and Women (disambiguation). Woman Left to right from top …

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  • 9 woman — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ young ▪ middle aged ▪ elderly, old, older ▪ The thief tricked his way into an elderly woman s home. ▪ …

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  • 10 unmarried — adj. Unmarried is used with these nouns: ↑aunt, ↑brother, ↑couple, ↑daughter, ↑father, ↑girl, ↑mother, ↑mum, ↑parent, ↑partner, ↑sister, ↑woman …

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  • 11 single woman — bachelorette, unmarried woman …

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  • 12 The Woman's Club of Fayetteville — is a charitable society founded in 1906 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The Club is responsible for the first library in Fayetteville and Cumberland County, North Carolina.Johnson, Lucille (1992). Hometown Heritage: Volume II. Dallas: Taylor… …

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  • 13 The Woman Who Did — (1895) is a novel by Grant Allen about a young, self assured middle class woman who defies convention as a matter of principle and who is fully prepared to suffer the consequences of her actions. It was first published in London by John Lane in a …

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  • 14 Letter from an Unknown Woman (2004 film) — Infobox Chinese Film name = Letter from an Unknown Woman image size = caption = director = Xu Jinglei producer = Dong Ping Xu Jinglei Zhao Yijun Ma Paobing writer = Xu Jinglei Stefan Zweig (novella) starring = Xu Jinglei Jiang Wen Lin Yuan Sun… …

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  • 15 single woman — A female of marriageable age who has never been married. A woman of marriageable age presently unmarried. Devinney v State (Ohio) Wright 564 …

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  • 16 bachelor girl — unmarried woman who lives alone …

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  • 17 Clerical celibacy — is the discipline by which some or all members of the clergy in certain religions are required to be unmarried. Since these religions consider deliberate sexual thoughts, feelings, and behavior outside of marriage to be sinful, clerical celibacy… …

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  • 18 Almah — For the Almah band, see Almah (band). For the Almah album, see Almah (album). The Hebrew term almah (עלמה) or plural: alamot (עלמות) is a Hebrew feminine noun, for a girl who has reached puberty but is still under the shielding protection of her… …

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  • 19 Virginity — Virgin and Maiden redirect here. For other uses, see Virgin (disambiguation) and Maiden (disambiguation). Invocation by Frederick Leighton White has traditionally been associated with ritual purity, innocence and virginity. Virginity refers to… …

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  • 20 Spinster — Old maid redirects here. For other uses, see Old Maid (disambiguation). A poem entitled It won t be my fault if I die an Old Maid , containing the lines Remember no thought to a girl is so dread / As the terrible one I may die an Old Maid. A… …

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