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Since becoming a widow, Mahira has been living alone with her children in a small village in Mewat, Haryana.
Ginsburg represented widower Stephen Wiesenfeld in challenging a Social Security Act provision that provided parental benefits only to widows with minor children.
Mel Kahn, a Florida widower, asked for the property tax exemption that state law allowed only to widows.
Thanks to a new, substantially funded initiative led by his widow, Denise Bradley-Tyson, and the American Heart Association, Bernard Tyson’s work and message have been given an afterlife.
Benedict’s husband would die of a heart attack—which also allowed her, as a widow, to move toward a tenured professorship at Columbia, something denied to married women at the time.
Do not the widow's tears run down the cheek, and her cry against him that causeth them to fall?
Sometimes it was a young girl, again a widow; but as often as not it was some interesting married woman.
Joan Boughton, a widow, was burned for heresy; said to be the first female martyr of England.
Learn to do well: seek judgment, relieve the oppressed, judge for the fatherless, defend the widow.
The cow happily recovered, which the widow entirely attributed to the efficacy of her pastor's prayer.

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