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Edge on

(See Egg on.) Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894Edge of the SwordEdge-bone A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Related …

The Edge

Director: Lee TamahoriWriter: David MametDirector of Photography:Donald M. McAlpineEditor:Neil TravisMusic:Jerry GoldsmithProduction Designer:Wolf KroegerProducer:Art LinsonTwentieth Century F…

Discourse On Woman

by LucretiaMott There is nothing of greater importance to the well-being of society at large - of man as well as woman - than the true and proper position of woman. Much has been said, fr…

Harvest Time

Harvest TimeFor a year Jo and her Professor worked and waited, hoped and loved, met occasionally, and wrote such voluminous letters that the rise in the price of paper was accounted for, Lauri…

The 24–Hour Woman

Director: Nancy SavocaWriters: Nancy Savoca and Richard GuayArtisan Entertainment; R; 95 minutesRelease:1/99Cast: Rosie Perez, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Patti LuPone, Karen Duffy, Diego Serrano …

Two-Woman

Time1United States II1:37.762Germany I1:38.063Germany II1:38.29USA II—Jill Bakken & Vonetta Flowers; GER I—Sandra Prokoff & Ulrike Holzner; GER II—Susi-Lisa Erdmann…

Edge Away

(To). To move away very gradually, as a ship moves from the edge of the shore. Often called egg. (Anglo-Saxon, ecg, an edge; ecg-clif, is a sea cliff.) Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fa…

Edge of the Sword

To fall by the edge of the sword. By a cut from the sword; in battle. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894EdgewiseEdge on A B C D E F G H I J K L M N…