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In some contexts, it can be interpreted as a form of power: attractive female characters can access information or locations that a man would not be able to. Mystery Books: Read books by Sue Grafton and others. Apparently, the Roman Senate was trying to keep such corruption at bay, but it does not seem that it was successful. Moore, a poet and playwright, was formerly an Officer in the Army. Nicoll et al., ed., Shakespeare Survey (1948–) and, as author, Shakespeare: An Introduction (1952); G.

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