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


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


["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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13, my lady friends and I leave our husbands and our boyfriends at home, and we just come and kick it, breakfast-style.
Centre supervisor Chris Butler said: "Their confidence is growing slowly and they are now ready to find themselves a new home with plenty of space, good food and the company of a few lady friends.
Onlookers speculate whether his lady friends have to run anywhere near as fast to catch him.
I told her that I have lots of lady friends, but none of them had ever suggested I should be a toy boy," he added.
New York, March 03 ( ANI ): Adam Levine has revealed that he likes to take his lady friends to McDonald's for their first meeting.
HE'S probably best known for his silly walk - and maybe his fondness for younger lady friends - but comedy legend John Cleese is clearly a bit of a culture vulture too.
She loved to bake, can the vegetables the family grew in their garden, enjoyed taking car trips around the country and tea parties with her lady friends.
And a few days ago, another of his lady friends produced two more youngsters.
And what's more, when she saw me, it was she who initiated the idea of an evening out, just a few lady friends together, scouring the annual handicrafts sale that we'd tried to drag her to so often in the past.
This fall Pegleg's lady friends are getting the special treatment with the label's new women's line, a collection that includes fine monochrome knits and tailored pants splashed with blooming florals and chirping birds.
This scene depicts a schuetzen range on an afternoon when the lady friends of a couple of shooters have joined them to enjoy some target practice.
Members of the Moseley and King's Heath Parliament and their lady friends had a very enjoyable outing on Saturday.