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Topic: Women's Suffrage Movement

  Women    Suffrage  
  Movement    Women's Rights Movement  

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Favorite possession(s):Dildo,  Bikini,  Lingerie
People talk about their ..:Fashion sense
Currently has on their coffee table:Vogue magazine,  FHM magazine,  Cosmopolitan
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Favorite body part(s):Hair
Likes to wear:Mambo,  Adidas,  Sports bra
Favorite sport(s):Volleyball,  Rugby,  Running
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Favorite sportsperson(s):Venus Williams (tennis),  Steffi Graff (tennis)
Worst habit(s):Showing off
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The Brain has selected interesting relevant sentences from the web. It automatically assigned them to some of our fictitious experts based on their personalities.

Borg Svemann,

Leah Leneman wrote extensively on the suffrage movement and women's issues throughout her life.
Ben Werner,
Student Newspaper Editor

From women's suffrage to the civil rights movement, people of faith have often been in the forefront of efforts to expand and extend democracy.
His advocacy of women's suffrage in the debates on the Reform Bill of 1867 led to the formation of the suffrage movement.
A current exhibit looks at the women's suffrage movement 150 years after the first women's rights convention, held in 1848 in Seneca Falls, N.
Billie Kirgan,

This link shaped her early thinking helping to forge the two themes of temperance and womens suffrage into a cohesive movement.
Paddy McGuinness,

The women's suffrage movement in the United States from 1840- 1920 Presented by the American Memory Fellows Program.
This book tells the story of the women's suffrage movement in Scotland, from the early Victorian era to the winning of limited rights in 1918.
Our name derives from the proud legacy of the women's suffrage movement.
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