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I will no longer be referred to as "Miss" Steinem of Ms. magazine.
If Miss means respectably unmarried, and Mrs. respectably married, then Ms. means nudge, nudge, wink, wink.
An illustrious individual remarks that Mrs. [Elizabeth Cady] Stanton is the salt, Anna Dickinson the pepper, and Miss [Susan B.] A ...
Miss. A title with which we brand unmarried women to indicate that they are in the market. Miss, Missis (Mrs.) and Mister (Mr.) ar ...
Mrs. Sneed and her daughter, Miss Austine Sneed, are visiting us--Washington correspondents of excellent character.... We are much ...
... my education was to become a Miss. [You mean a Mrs.? To get married?] No, no. A Miss. Like Miss Venezuela, Miss World ...
I had said to Mrs. Boscawen at table, "I believe this is about as much as can be made of life." I was really happy. My gay ideas o ...
Mrs. Small went to the kitchen for her pocketbook
And came back to the living room with a peculiar look
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Clara: I don't think a mother should depend so much upon her children for her rewards in life.
Mrs. Pilletti: Well, that's wh
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Marty: I'm just a fat little man. A fat ugly man.
Mrs. Pilletti: You're not ugly.
Marty: I'm ugly! I'm ugly! I'm ugly!
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