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lady

History a woman with proprietary rights and authority, as over a manor

Lady

1. (in Britain) a title of honour borne by various classes of women of the peerage
2. Our Lady a title of the Virgin Mary

LADY

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["Key Concepts in the INCAS Multicomputer Project", J. Nehmer et al IEEE Trans Soft Eng SE-13(8):913-923 (Aug 1987)].
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She said: "The lady in this mural is Lady Godiva as she is nude and our fine lady in the nursery rhyme, which goes back 400 years, wears clothes.
I sit up and cartoons aren't on anymore but now the Scissors Lady is watching her soaps on the other side of the room on the big blue couch with yellow plastic on it and her scissors are cutting red cloth this time not blue cloth like yesterday afternoon and she puts the cloth in the sewing machine and steps on the pedal.
The good lady of the manor provides refuge and sends for the husband.
The last 30 minutes of Our Lady of Angels School unfolds as a season in hell.
DIG Jails Rawalpindi Shahid Salim Baig said applications have been invited for appointment of lady health visitors, lady dispensers and Xray operators and they will be inducted in Rawalpindi region jails.
Whether the First Lady is forced to become a campaigner of whatever issue she takes up or not makes no difference to the politics of her husband's party and how the country is run.
Lady Justice and the Sting and Lady Justice and Dr.
The lady was so ticked that she went into the store and said that she would sue the store and kill the bird.
NORTHRIDGE -- First lady Laura Bush dropped in on Balboa magnet school Wednesday, where fourth-graders showed her objects used by Chumash Indians and early settlers of the Santa Monica Mountains.
Although these words were written in 1929, they could well describe Mexico's love for the Blessed Virgin Mary at the present time: the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe is everywhere.
Overall: Ladies: Winners, Lady Captain/Gill Warnick 85' Runners-up, Anne Potter/Carolyn Waite 71 Men: Winners, John For-shaw/Ashley Rimmer 84' Runners-up: Gra-hame Tregaskis/Tom Stopforth 84