and "pine." This phenomenon in English has nothing to do with gender, as the. Likewise, one of the expressions for "daughter, adds "woman" to a character that, in isolation, can mean "son." There are separate characters for "elder brother, and "elder sister, "younger brother, and "younger sister. Scott Armstrong presented a paper with Kesten Green at the International Symposium on Forecasting in Boulder, CO, on 19 June titled "Do Forecasters of Dangerous Manmade Global Warming Follow the Science?". Nevertheless, there is now a common principle, in feminism and elsewhere (especially flourishing in literary criticism that meaning is only in the response of the interpreter, not in the mind of the speaker, even if the speaker is to be sued or charged with. It is more probable, as in the Tahitian case, that 'ôkole is "vulgar and indecent" because of its recollection of the female pudenda. Oddly and hypocritically, Greer has now endorsed female circumcision in Islâm, which would seem to literally (by the removal of the clitoris and labia minor) produce the castration that she previously accused the patriarchy of doing metaphorically and culturally. Spouse is a legal word, good for real estate transactions and rhyming with house.
Or the property could be just salient and distinguishing, without being relatively more or less valuable. Nor do they have hips. And Kipnis herself undercuts her own analysis with a later observation: "If you're a chick, you're sitting on some pretty valuable real estate".123. But even with the Egyptians, where men did wear longer hair, pants were unknown, and men often wore a kind of kilt, the women's hair and dress were always longer than with the men. For some background on the topic, see Scott's essay describing their research has been posted under the title of ". How can " -'s " be a contraction of "his" when " -es " or " -s " are genitive endings in Old English, German, Greek, etc, without being contractions of anything, let alone a particular historical pronoun? While the addition of breasts to the stick icon would be unambiguously female, it would be wholly inappropriate, for instance, at an elementary school, since young girls have not developed breasts yet. In 2012 there has been much discussion of the proposal in Swedish to replace the masculine pronoun han and the feminine pronoun hon with a "gender neutral" neologism hen.