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  • Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a competitive sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball
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  • that men have. The money is a confession of weakness. They have to buy women's attention. It's not a sign of power; it's a sign of weakness. As quoted
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  • Bend It Like Beckham (category Association football films)
    Pinky: He's not a Muslim, is he? Jess: Ssh! I've been playing football for a women's team. Pinky: Huh? It's worse than I thought! Jess: It's a tournament
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  • subconsciously making a false assumption: The more deeply I understood women's experience of powerlessness, the more I assumed men had the power women
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  • Ellis, as quoted in "U.S. Coach Jill Ellis' choices put her on the path to Women's World Cup" (1 June 2015), by Kevin Baxter, The Los Angeles Times, California
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  • little boy left his football with a note for his lost father: Dear Daddy, please take this to heaven. I don't want to play football until I can play with
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  • merely a conspiracy to seize power. Remarks at Fourth Annual Republican Women's National Conference (6 March 1956) The history of free men is never really
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  • York: Knopf, 1934), p. 56 See Shulman, Alix Kates 'Dances With Feminists, Women's Review of Books, Vol. IX, no. 3, December 1991. "Just the facts, ma'am
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  • folks like you who marched and mobilized and stood up and sat-in to secure women’s rights, and voting rights, and workers’ rights, and gay rights, often against
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  • magic?” “Only common sense. It’s a lot more reliable in the long run.” Women’s clothes were not a subject that preoccupied Cutwell much — in fact, usually
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  • Women, the lost episodes. Servo [as Prof. Canning]: And now, the Manos Women's Guild will reenact the Battle of Pearl Harbor. Joel: You know, this was
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  • people, but the people make the government. From an address before the Women’s National Committee for Law Enforcement, as quoted in The New England historical
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  • a game of football might break out. Jeremy: Now as I understand it you still hold the world record for being sent off in a game of football, don't you
    626 KB (94,565 words) - 05:17, 5 April 2016
  • hour. Is it less than that? Nick: Did you ever play football? Ray: Yes. You know, the real football... (makes soccer motions) ... with your feet. Nick:
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  • has been there, and Tommy Nobis, to talk football, although most of our kids have little interest in football. But they like to hear these fellows. Bill
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  • I've got one... this just makes me furious!! Y'know... when men... use Women's Liberation as an excuse not to kill bugs for you... oh, I just hate that
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  • different.] Goren: Strick is a straight guy who can only get excited wearing women's clothing. That usually goes hand-in-hand with masochism. [Deakins eyes
    199 KB (28,463 words) - 11:21, 26 April 2016