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anita corbin
Photographer and creative director of First Women..Inspiring women in the UK with 100 photographs of amazing women.. Book, Exhibition coming next year, 2018.
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RAF officer Air Vice-Marshall Elaine West CBE is the First Woman in history to become a military two-star officer. She joined the RAF at 17 years old and now holds rank equivalent to an Army Major General or a Navy Rear Admiral.
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anita corbin Nov 18
Fabulous for the next 100 ! thanks good spot, keep them coming !
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Putney High School Nov 17
Tonight alumna Anita Corbin's 's Visible Girls: Revisted opens
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I’ve just heard some very sad news, one of my ‘Golfing Sisters’ has passed away, she did make it to 100 though...rest in peace Mary xxx forever in our hearts and on our walls...you are still both such an inspiration of independence with style.
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Exeter Living Nov 14
Cannot wait to see Visible Girls Revisited by photographer Anita Corbin – aka – at . Starts this Friday!
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Isabel García Nov 17
She was the first person ever to be awarded two Nobel Prizes - whether woman or man
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kate Nov 13
First meeting with Anita Corbin photographer with Producer Debs from . Big, exciting project.
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The Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin is the 79th Commons Chaplain and the first ever woman to hold this role in over 350 years.
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The first woman to win a Nobel Prize was Marie Curie, who won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1903. Curie is also the only woman to have won multiple Nobel Prizes; in 1911, she won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
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LT Col Lucy Giles on BBC Festival of remembrance! 👩‍✈️
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