Shaw

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Mrs. Warren's Profession - The Role of Women in Victorian Marriage and Shaw's Representation of Vivie's Sexuality
... Shaw represents Vivie as being the product of a type of gender reformation ... has argued that these examples illustrate the way in which Shaw critiqued the ideological and economic system that produced her, attacking the problematic double ...
Shaw, Washington, D.C. - Education
... District of Columbia Public Library operates the Watha T ... Daniel/Shaw Community Library ...
William Mc Nairn Shaw
... William McNairn Shaw (1822 – December 30, 1868) was an Ontario lawyer and political figure ... He was born in Ramsay Township, Upper Canada in 1822, the son of John Shaw ... Shaw studied law with Daniel McMartin at Perth ...
Caroline John - Doctor Who
... of the preceding and subsequent female companions of the Doctor, Shaw was a brilliant scientist and understood much of the Doctor's technobabble ... Shaw and the Doctor discussed things on a more equitable level of intelligence, and the Doctor respected and rarely patronised her ... "Inferno", John also played the part of Section Leader Elizabeth Shaw, an alter ego of her regular character that the Doctor encounters in an alternative time stream ...
Brian Shaw - Personal Life
... In July 1993, both of Shaw's parents and his sister were killed in an auto accident in Nevada ... His sister's daughter survived the crash and Shaw, with help from his aunt, helped raise her ... Shaw's wife, Nikki, is a professional chef ...

Famous quotes containing the word shaw:

    What really flatters a man is that you think him worth flattering.
    —George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)

    All we can get out of a Shaw play is two hours and a half of mental exhilaration. We are, inscrutably, denied the pleasure of wondering what Shaw means, or whether he is sincere.
    Bert Leston Taylor (1866–1921)

    You cannot be a hero without being a coward.
    —George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)