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Women S Biography quotes by Theresa Sjoquist
#1. It's very hard to reach people in Greymouth with pottery or any form of art because they're allergic to it. Allergic to it ever since they began really because they've taken from the ground in the mining spirit without making or creating, and therefore anything that is creative they do not understand. #Quote by Theresa Sjoquist
Women S Biography quotes by Theresa Sjoquist
#2. Meanwhile the doctor in Kaitaia had made known to the Education Dept the behaviour patterns of the Rusts in Te Hapua. The Dept always interfered in the private lives of teachers. Break up in marriage was not to be tolerated and an intervention of this authority forced the Rusts to report to Parawera School in the Waikato. #Quote by Theresa Sjoquist
Women S Biography quotes by Theresa Sjoquist
#3. I realised that I had become too introverted. When you are the person everyone comes to in an isolated area, you have no-one to discuss things with. It's good up to a point but dreadful in a way. You simply have to have the corners rubbed off you and have criticism that's pretty cruel if you are to toe the line. #Quote by Theresa Sjoquist
Women S Biography quotes by Theresa Sjoquist
#4. The pa system has broken down. Society has broken down. #Quote by Theresa Sjoquist
Women S Biography quotes by Theresa Sjoquist
#5. In 1946 there was no money in art, no dealer galleries, no craft shops. After the war we started to teach art in every school for the first time. Our generation played a crucial role. We were the stepping stones towards today's galleries. #Quote by Theresa Sjoquist
Women S Biography quotes by Theresa Sjoquist
#6. Later in life the force of abstinence was to really be understood and my parent's problems became very clear. When will man appreciate his pleasures and respect them enough to indulge in moderation? #Quote by Theresa Sjoquist
Women S Biography quotes by Theresa Sjoquist
#7. I decided I had to find out if it was my scene or not. So I stepped in at the deep end. It leads you to survive or drown. Very often you survive. #Quote by Theresa Sjoquist
Women S Biography quotes by Heloise D'Argenteuil
#8. [A]s though mindful of the wife of Lot, who looked back from behind him, thou deliveredst me first to the sacred garments and monastic profession before thou gavest thyself to God. And for that in this one thing thou shouldst have had little trust in me I vehemently grieved and was ashamed. For I (God [knows]) would without hesitation precede or follow thee to the Vulcanian fires according to thy word. For not with me was my heart, but with thee. But now, more than ever, if it be not with thee, it is nowhere. For without thee it cannot anywhere exist. #Quote by Heloise D'Argenteuil
Women S Biography quotes by Rashers Tierney
#9. Mr.s Kennedy toiled as a domestic servant and used her savings to start a notions and stationery store, which she gradually and skillfully expanded. Bridget's hard work and sacrifice, making her way as a widow in a strange land, established the funds her son P.J. Kennedy used to finance his liquor business. This enterprise was to become the basis of the family's future progress and put Bridget's descendants on a path that dazzled America and forever changed the political scene. #Quote by Rashers Tierney
Women S Biography quotes by Barbara Delinsky
#10. Some women are born with an instinct for knowing how things work - and what to do when they break. #Quote by Barbara Delinsky
Women S Biography quotes by Philippa Gregory
#11. The fiction, as always, is secondary to the history; the real women are always more complex and more conflicted, greater than the heroines of the novel, just as real women now, as then, are often greater than they are reported, sometimes greater than the world wants them to be. #Quote by Philippa Gregory
Women S Biography quotes by Da Xia
#12. Women are small and fragile ... yet the power they hold, is unmeasureable. #Quote by Da Xia
Women S Biography quotes by Carolyn Brown
#13. You killed Violet, Anna Ruth? How'd you do it? If you didn't drive a stake through her heart, she'll come back alive. #Quote by Carolyn Brown
Women S Biography quotes by Tapan Singhel
#14. Any place where women are not respected or provided enough opportunities to grow and develop, cannot be a progressive place. #Quote by Tapan Singhel
Women S Biography quotes by Sina Queyras
#15. The emergency of women is the emergency of the world. #Quote by Sina Queyras
Women S Biography quotes by C. JoyBell C.
#16. Dear woman, look at yourself in the mirror and be your own favourite person. Every curve, every freckle, every hair on your skin. Because you are worth your tears, your laughter, your joys and your pains. You are worth the broken roads you've traveled, the nights you've spent alone with a bottle of champagne, the times you climbed out of graves. You are worth the smiles only you see, the ones you generously share, then all the others in between. You're worth the love that's meant for you and the pains you've broken through. Dear woman, look at yourself; you love you. #Quote by C. JoyBell C.
Women S Biography quotes by Eve Ensler
#17. I want to read
so I can read the Koran
read the signs in the street
know the number of the bus
I'm supposed to take
when I one day leave this house. #Quote by Eve Ensler
Women S Biography quotes by Andrew Smith
#18. Hungry Jack's real name was Charles R. Hoofard.
He was born in Indianapolis in 1950.
In 1950, Harry S. Truman was president of the United States.
Harry Truman, as far as I can tell, also never took a shit in his life.
In 1950, the same year that a boy named Charles R. Hoofard was born in Indianapolis, President Harry S. Truman sent military assistance to the French. They were trying to maintain their French Catholic colony in Vietnam. That military aid would grow and blossom to the point that a boy with wanderlust from Indiana named Charles R. Hoofard ultimately took time out from fucking whatever he wanted to fuck to participate in the killing of an entire village of women, elderly people, and children.
History is full of shit like that. #Quote by Andrew Smith
Women S Biography quotes by Brandi L. Bates
#19. Your skin reminds me of everything beautiful I've ever loved ...
how the moon gets jealous at how you mock her crescent figure with the shape of your mouth ...
echo of unborn galaxies bounce forth through your vocal chords ... #Quote by Brandi L. Bates
Women S Biography quotes by Solange Nicole
#20. It takes more than balls to be a woman. It takes ovaries. #Quote by Solange Nicole
Women S Biography quotes by Jane Austen
#21. But history, real solemn history, I cannot be interested in. Can you?"
"Yes, I am fond of history."
"I wish I were too. I read it a little as a duty, but it tells me nothing that does not either vex or weary me. The quarrels of popes and kings, with wars or pestilences, in every page; the men all so good for nothing, and hardly any women at all
it is very tiresome. #Quote by Jane Austen
Women S Biography quotes by Delaine Moore
#22. You self-proclaimed "MILF" hunters have it all wrong
we aren't the prey, YOU are. You are but a Service Male - a SMILF! #Quote by Delaine Moore
Women S Biography quotes by Dianne Bright
#23. Jadan's kiss on my forehead wasn't that big of a deal, something that a boy would have done at a junior high dance or how a friend would say goodbye before a long trip. But it felt like more. It seemed like he wanted more." ---Jennifer Mills #Quote by Dianne Bright
Women S Biography quotes by S.E. Zbasnik
#24. Damsels were women unable to do anything more complicated than get themselves captured by overgrown lizards with virgin fetishes. #Quote by S.E. Zbasnik
Women S Biography quotes by C.S. Lewis
#25. Women sometimes have the problem of trying to judge by artificial light how a dress will look by daylight. That is very like the problem of all of us: to dress our souls not for the electric lights of the present world but for the daylight of the next. The good dress is the one that will face that light. For that light will last longer. #Quote by C.S. Lewis
Women S Biography quotes by Shonda Rhimes
#26. in the name of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Queen Bey #Quote by Shonda Rhimes
Women S Biography quotes by Pearl S. Buck
#27. Men and women should own the world as a mutual possession. #Quote by Pearl S. Buck
Women S Biography quotes by Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
#28. The heart of a good mother is as big as the ocean; accommodating all kind of things and sweeping all unwanted things to its shores! #Quote by Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
Women S Biography quotes by Kristina Steiner
#29. He fits me without a flaw. At the beginning, I was apprehensive that he might swallow me whole and I'd disappear for having him. After the time spent together, I'm certain that Colton is the day to my night. And we both have the same value, power, control, individuality and independency. No one disappears. We are like an equinox. Just like the day moves into the night and then night into day, we both complete each other and build a partnership. We are two different entities co-existing superbly, letting each other be but never leaving each other's side. #Quote by Kristina Steiner
Women S Biography quotes by Brene Brown
#30. Even to me the issue of "stay small, sweet, quiet, and modest" sounds like an outdated problem, but the truth is that women still run into those demands whenever we find and use our voices. #Quote by Brene Brown
Women S Biography quotes by Joyce Rachelle
#31. I had no money to start,
For Jack decreed in his pride:
The Caveman's wife didn't work -
It was his job to provide.

A brief reminder right here:
Let men believe they are shrewd,
But even women of old
Embroidered mittens for food. #Quote by Joyce Rachelle
Women S Biography quotes by A.S. Byatt
#32. I hit on something I believe when I wrote that I meant to be a Poet and a Poem. It may be that this is the desire of all reading women, as opposed to reading men, who wish to be poets and heroes, but might see the inditing of poetry in our peaceful age, as a sufficiently heroic act. No one wishes a man to be a Poem. That young girl in her muslin was a poem; cousin Ned wrote an execrable sonnet about the chaste sweetness of her face and the intuitive goodness shining in her walk. But now I think -- it might have been better, might it not, to have held on to the desire to be a Poet? #Quote by A.S. Byatt
Women S Biography quotes by Hunter S. Thompson
#33. Houston is a cruel, crazy town on a filthy river in East Texas with no zoning laws and a culture of sex, money and violence. It's a shabby, sprawling metropolis ruled by brazen women, crooked cops and super-rich pansexual cowboys who live by the code of the West
which can mean just about anything you need it to mean, in a pinch. #Quote by Hunter S. Thompson
Women S Biography quotes by Pearl S. Buck
#34. Now it has been said from ancient times that all women who weep may be divided into three sorts. There are those who lift up their voices and their tears flow and this may be called crying; there are those who utter loud lamentations but whose tears do not flow and this may be called howling; there are those whose tears flow but who utter no sound and this may be called weeping. Of all those women who followed Wang Lung in his coffin, his wives and his sons' wives and his maid servants and his slaves and his hired mourners, there was only one who wept and it was Pear Blossom. #Quote by Pearl S. Buck
Women S Biography quotes by Susan Sarandon
#35. When all you know is pain you don't know that that is not normal. It is not a woman's lot to suffer, even if we've been raised that way.

It is not OK to miss a part of your life because of pain and excessive bleeding.

It is not OK to be bed-ridden for two-to-three days a month.

It is not OK to pain during sex.

It is not OK to have major bloating or nausea."

(Address, 2011 Endometriosis Foundation of America Blossom Ball) #Quote by Susan Sarandon
Women S Biography quotes by Germaine Greer
#36. Female is real, and it's sex, and femininity is unreal, and it's gender. #Quote by Germaine Greer
Women S Biography quotes by Helen Morales
#37. The women of Juarez, and women across the world, do not want to have to take revenge, any more than Procne and Philomela did. What they want is to be able to rely on the modern gods -- the police, the courts, and the media -- for justice. #Quote by Helen Morales
Women S Biography quotes by Dawn M. Turner
#38. Terry recalled far better days when she'd risen bright and early every morning.... Days before darkness had closed in and refused to leave.... #Quote by Dawn M. Turner
Women S Biography quotes by Sophie Kinsella
#39. Darling, when things go wrong in life, you lift your chin, put on a ravishing smile, mix yourself a little cocktail ... #Quote by Sophie Kinsella
Women S Biography quotes by Sheryl WuDunn
#40. Decades from now, people will look back and wonder how societies could have acquiesced in a sex slave trade in the twenty-first century that is ... bigger than the transatlantic slave trade was in the nineteenth. They will be perplexed that we shrugged as a lack of investment in maternal health caused half a million women to perish in childbirth each year. #Quote by Sheryl WuDunn
Women S Biography quotes by Russel H.S. Stolfi
#41. The intellectually-inclined biographers stray from the point that the message is directed through the spoken word at the broad masses and not writing to an inbred, self-adoring intellectual elite."
--Hitler: Beyond Evil and Tyranny, pp. 30-31 #Quote by Russel H.S. Stolfi
Women S Biography quotes by Boyka Togar S
#42. even the whole world was not enough to satisfy the desires of a woman, but it takes quite a woman to mess up the world, so appreciate women. they are not weak, they just choose to be silent #Quote by Boyka Togar S
Women S Biography quotes by Leza Lowitz Shogo Oketani
#43. The wind blew stronger. Masakichi had to walk into its resistance, but his pace did not slow. The further he went, the faster he moved, soundlessly and forcefully. The earth smelled like rain. He had to find a way out. Alive.

His grandfather Jinzaemon had taught him how to find a straight path, even in the wind. Jinzaemon was born in 1848, twenty years before Japan first opened its doors to the West. He had taught Masakichi all about ninjutsu. "If you want to go straight against the wind, find a path in its folds and pass through it," he had said, al- though he'd never actually taught his grandson how to find it. Still, Masakichi had begged him.

"Even if I teach you where the path is, you won't be able to see it because the wind is always changing. If I show you the path in the wind one minute, the wind will shift and the path will disappear the next."

"Then how do I find it?" Masakichi had asked, worried he'd never be able to do it.

"You must find it anew each time," his grandfather smiled. "The only way to see the path in the wind is to become the wind itself. #Quote by Leza Lowitz Shogo Oketani
Women S Biography quotes by Anya Seton
#44. A woman with opinions had better develop a thick skin and a loud voice. #Quote by Anya Seton
Women S Biography quotes by Manal Al-Sharif
#45. We were like captive animals that had lost the will to fight. We even went so far as to defend the very constraints that they had
imposed upon us. #Quote by Manal Al-Sharif
Women S Biography quotes by Germaine Gibson
#46. Well this wasn't Vegas, and this wasn't Disneyland, this was 'Erotica- The Theme Park – featuring Femdom World, Slave World, Bondage World, Spanking World – and so much more!' -according to the brochure Jillian and Rebecca handed me with great fanfare the next day.

-This is a beautiful brochure, I said – very-
-Glossy , said Rebecca.
-Right, I studied it some more – so is this…I mean – legal? I mean, is it for real?
-O yes, they said.
-Well. Wow, I guess.
-Wow is right, they said.

Jillian had been on some trip with one of her many very rich and very ugly men friends, and they had shown her the place. (no she didn't say to what extent she was 'shown' the place. She was very tight lipped about it, -wanted everything to be a surprise, she said)

To be aware of Erotica-The Theme Park, and its Hotel Ecstasy you need money, connections, and more. In fact you need at least a 100 ft yacht to dock at its private Marina.
And no I can't tell you where it is, otherwise they will revoke my membership pass and kill my first born. But let's say - it's on an island, with warm water ,pure white sand beaches, it's for the very rich, and it's not far , by private helicopter from certain well known islands in let's say, the Caribbean. #Quote by Germaine Gibson
Women S Biography quotes by Patrick Mendis
#47. The evolution of national unity and equal rights is all about what America represents as a nation today: a manifestation of the historical episodes of Jefferson and Henry as well as the Civil War, the Women's Suffrage movement, and the Civil Rights struggles. #Quote by Patrick Mendis
Women S Biography quotes by Rupi Kaur
#48. she is not a porn category
or the type you look for
on a friday night
she is not needy or easy or weak
-daddy issues is not a punch line #Quote by Rupi Kaur
Women S Biography quotes by Ella Shawn
#49. Wise is the person who understands how to live without the limits of fear, regret, or shame. For they hold the keys to the kingdom filled with their own happiness. #Quote by Ella Shawn
Women S Biography quotes by Susan   Mallery
#50. That‟s because we don‟t have any weaknesses. We‟re perfect."
She rolled her eyes. "Give me a break. If you‟re so perfect, how come your gender hasn‟t figured out a way to have children on yourown. Then you could free yourself from the weaker sex. #Quote by Susan Mallery

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