Sisters

Some articles on sisters, sister:

Seven Sisters Station
... Seven Sisters station is a National Rail and London Underground Victoria Line station in the Seven Sisters area of the London Borough of Haringey, north London ... Seven Sisters lies between Finsbury Park and Tottenham Hale on the Victoria Line and between Stamford Hill and Bruce Grove on the National Rail line operated by Greater Anglia from Liverpool ...
Be Yourself Tonight - Credits
... I Love You Like a Ball and Chain" and "Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves"), wood stomping on "I Love You Like a Ball and Chain" Olle Romo – drums (all tracks except "I Love ...
Assumption High School (Louisville, Kentucky) - History
... Floersh, Archbishop of Louisville, asked the Sisters of Mercy to establish a new high school at the corner of Bardstown Road and Tyler Lane ... Mary Prisca Pfeffer, and the faculty consisted of five Sisters of Mercy ... Another sister served as the cook and was the only staff member ...
Sisters (disambiguation)
... Sisters are female siblings ... Sisters or The Sisters may also refer to More than one nun ...
Seven Sisters Station - Cultural References
... Seven Sisters station is referenced in the song "Seven Sisters Road" by UK rock band Alien Stash Tin, and included on the bands 2007 eponymous album ... "Seven Sisters Road" is also the title of a different song recorded by The Dan Reed Network ...

Famous quotes containing the word sisters:

    “Woe to my sister, false Helen!”
    Unknown. Binnorie; or, The Two Sisters (l. 55)

    If the Christ were content with humble toilers for disciples, that wasn’t good enough for our Bert. He wanted dukes’ half sisters and belted earls wiping his feet with their hair; grand apotheosis of the snob, to humiliate the objects of his own awe by making them venerate him.
    Angela Carter (1940–1992)

    The quickness with which all the “stuff” from childhood can reduce adult siblings to kids again underscores the strong and complex connections between brothers and sisters.... It doesn’t seem to matter how much time has elapsed or how far we’ve traveled. Our brothers and sisters bring us face to face with our former selves and remind us how intricately bound up we are in each other’s lives.
    Jane Mersky Leder (20th century)