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Russia in RSA 🇷🇺 Jul 1
in 1889 one of the greatest sculptors of the XXth century, Soviet legend Vera Mukhina was born. Her magnus opum is the famous “Worker and Kolkhoz Woman” monument (world's first welded sculpture!), which as well as her other works are her timeless legacy
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Dr Timothy Ho Jul 5
I couldn’t have asked for two better colleagues. They have helped make Frimley Health what it is today. And I will always remember that however tough it was, we still smiled.
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SwarupSarkar Jul 25
any disputes Just cry Rape: After 32 Yrs On, Woman Accuses MP Congress Leader of Rape; The complainant also claimed that she has a stake in Rathore’s private school & latter was not ready to offer her money. will not spare any Man
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She# Jul 21
As we celebrated 50 years since the first man walked on the moon, here is a reminder of the women who also made this incredible feat possible!
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Arend de Haas Sep 24
Canadian primatologist and conservationist Biruté Galdikas is operating the longest continuous study by one principal investigator of any wild mammal in the world
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WoW Ghana Nov 5
Today we are crushing on one of Ghana's finest vocalist . Based in the Netherlands 🇳🇱 but always representing Ghana 🇬🇭
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Zenith Bank Mar 7
Happy international woman’s day! 😊
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LabakeAde Oct 27
We are Readyyyyy❤️❤️ Welldone to the 3 of you
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Janice Byrne Mar 8
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Filza Oct 14
A trio of terrific reads. Engaging, diverse, fun and super informative. Review live Also very excited for the new addition to this series based around women who saved the planet. (Out Feb’ 2020).
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TanyaTourist Apr 14
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sam mostyn Mar 9
Just love this thread from - can imagine us all wearing the name of our fave great woman on back of our jumpers in daily life!
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DCSL Dec 19
What is the name of the woman on the 20 Naira note? A) Dora Akunyili B) Dr Hadiza Ladi Kwali C) Nike Davies Okundaye D) Grace Alele-Williams
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Katherine Wylie Feb 20
Really great to be hearing from ⁦⁩ this evening at ⁦
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Monica Medina Apr 4
Diving in to “Be Fearless” with ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩’s ⁦!
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ShirleyThompsonMusic Jul 29
HUGE THANKS to you all for supporting us at Women of the Tell Their Stories last night ⁦⁦ @⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ @simonalbury .
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Lucy Henzell-Thomas Apr 28
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Shaabaatul_Mujtahidaat شابات المجتهدات Feb 27
One of the most powerful and empowering stories in the Qur’an is that of Asiya (RA). She was the wife of one the worst tyrant to ever walk the earth. She lived a life of unparalleled wealth and luxury and yet still she knew that her true home was in paradise.
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John, i’m just a ModestGenius Mar 7
Keep going, trying to get traction in media must be wearing with the whole state media against you. The country needs you to keep going to help change it for the better and defeat racism in all forms.
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Liz Armbruester Jul 27
Met someone new yesterday. Millicent Fawcett - a pioneer in women’s rights. She stands among some greats in Parliment Square including Nelson Mandela, Abraham Lincoln and Winston Churchill.
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