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Doherty is part of a surge young women from Generation Z, the post-Millennial demographic, born between 1997 to 2012, who have broken into the clubby world of venture capital over the past year or so.
Beute — whose ordeal triggered some of the events that followed — said he believes fallout from the case could force a reckoning for the lax oversight and clubby nature of Florida’s political system.
Fukuda said she was disturbed by the way the decision to replace Mori with Kawabuchi was apparently made behind closed doors, in the typically clubby way that excludes women.
That creates its own clubby inefficiencies and unexamined corruption.
They're the pleasantest people in Three Meadows and we're very clubby.
JANE JOURNEYS ONRUTH COMFORT MITCHELL
The party addressed didn't look very clubby, but she was too polite to pull the cut direct.
We could of talked to plenty o' people here, all right; they were as clubby a gang as I ever seen.
It was only a pleasant clubby discussion of the problem of Jim's and Charity's innocence that delayed the jury's verdict.
An' it's too broad an' clubby f'r a grizzly, an' the claws are too long f'r the length of the foot.
THE GRIZZLY KINGJAMES OLIVER CURWOOD
It was built on the lines of a gigantic centipede, with two rows of clubby oars beneath, and ranked as the popular favourite.

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