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Jewess

Offensive a Jewish girl or woman
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Several early commenters on Jewesses With Attitude took offense to the term, which evoked in them memories of Gilda Radner's "Longuyland" version of the word.
Indeed, the shadowy Jew lurks in her background too, for the objectionable beautiful Jewesses with their "false pearls" that had to be excised from the preliminary drafts have in final copy become the Duchess herself.
However, as a lawgiver himself, he might have had reasons for rejecting the tradition that made Christians responsible: it would have helped Mirrer's case if she had been able to show that the Siete partidas, liberally quoted elsewhere in this study, includes a clause providing for the capital punishment by precipitation of Jewesses taken in adultery with Christian men.
Jewesses at that time even went to court to insist on adequate dowries--despite the haste with which their fathers putatively engaged them while they were still underage.
Finally, a few coins short, they put up an ad on Craigslist that reads "2 Jewesses trying 2 make a buck.
and I frequently rotate my profile picture between a hilarious picture of Mel Gibson on the set of the "Passion" and one of my favorite Jewesses, that delightful Deborah Messing.
Orum's "The Women of the Open Door: Jews in the Belle Epoque Amazonian Demimonde, 1890-1920," the prosperity of the Amazonian rubber boom brought many Jewesses whose European image and fashionable presence fed into the psyche of men who sought ways of being "modern.
The life and work, the social and literary efforts, the struggles and achievements of (mainly German) Jewesses during the last two centuries form the content of two new collections of essays.