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  1. Girl –noun 1. a female child, from birth to full growth. 2. a young, immature woman, esp. formerly, an unmarried one. 3. a daughter: My wife and I have two girls. 4. Informal: Sometimes Offensive. a grown woman, esp. when referred to familiarly: She's having the girls over for bridge next week. 5. girlfriend; sweetheart. 6. Often Offensive. a female servant. 7. Usually Offensive. a female employee. 8. a female who is from or native to a given place: She's a Missouri girl. 9. girls, (used with a singular or plural verb) a. a range of sizes from 7 to 14, for garments made for
  2. Wendy, although you are obviously very intelligent as well as educated I am getting a headache anticipating what is to come. I believe that like beauty, much of perception is in the eye of the beholder, but not all. I am not being a smartass or inflammatory, I really want to know if you deny that sexism (since that is the prejudice at hand) exists? I don't believe that men have no right to an opinion on this topic. I just don't put any merit in it until proven otherwise by the individual. For example, I would be interested in hearing what Michael had to say, and maybe Dust if he's taken his
  3. Are we denying that prejudice exists? And if not then why are we trying to discredit any example of it occurring?
  4. You should heed my advice. Semantics are paramount.
  5. These suggestions are all fine and good, but what about more fire fighter auctions!
  6. Well.... I vomited at the 'whispering on my lips' part and had to stop reading.
  7. As a student it was suggested to me by a male police officer that was in the back of the truck with me, that I should stand on the bench seat and do a strip tease since some of the lighting in the back reminded him of his favorite club. I had a partner that would not stop calling me honey and dear. I asked him to stop. I tried to explain the concept of condescension to him. He wouldn’t stop. Frequently on scenes fire dept. goes as far as pushing me out of the way of a lift. Most men have no grounds to post on this topic. Not as if they are speaking with any first hand knowledge in any
  8. That was horrilbe, poor little thing. I couldn't watch it either. And why the hell was she filming that?
  9. "In cities where defibrillation is provided within 5 to 7 minutes, the survival rate from sudden cardiac arrest is as high as 30–45 percent." "Early CPR and rapid defibrillation combined with early advanced care can result in high long-term survival rates for witnessed cardiac arrest. For instance, in June 1999, automated external defibrillators (AEDs) were mounted 1 minute apart in plain view at Chicago's O'Hare and Midway airports. In the first 10 months, 14 cardiac arrests occurred, with 12 of the 14 victims in ventricular fibrillation. Nine of the 14 victims (64 percent) were revived with
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