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Besides, no plain, everyday workingwoman could enjoy herself in your car because her conscience wouldn't let her.
Another has a great scheme for starting a "workingwoman's home" and wants Miss Anthony to furnish the money.
Naturally, the workingwoman who is all alone in the world cannot exist on such a sum.
They knew her to be an artisan's wife, an ordinary workingwoman.
COMRADE KROPOTKINVICTOR ROBINSON
Below the bourgeoise was the workingwoman, whose ideas were limited to those of a savage and who was a woman only in sex.
WOMEN OF MODERN FRANCE (ILLUSTRATED)HUGO PAUL THIEME (1870-1940)
A city workingwoman was shut out by the guilds from any remunerative labor.
Give the workingwoman a vote and she, too, can protect herself.
You go ahead and print your newspaper and don't worry about the workingwoman.
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The lot of a German workingwoman in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries was very hard.

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