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(1) There's an invisible barrier that keeps women out of top jobs.
(2) Fear and stereotypes have kept women back for centuries.
(3) It's all part of a conspiracy to keep women down. Sentencedict.com
(4) You also wrongly stated that we use scare tactics such as hostile looks or suggestive comments to keep women away.
(5) But unfair discrimination can keep women from the opportunity to become a boss.
(6) Such killings are only the most dramatic outward manifestation of the powerful social forces that keep women trapped in dangerous situations.
(7) And equally obvious to him: Keep women out.
(8) But the immediate consequence of the prohibition of women in trading was clear to all: It kept women farther from power.
(9) Marguerite was a kept woman like Olympe, and yet the first time I saw her, I would never have dared say to her what I had just said to this woman.
(10) Who would ever believe that a kept woman wrote that!
(11) That time, we really have the Qinhuai River kept woman 100 admire ah.
(12) Which same meant, thought Markby, that he was saying Harriet wasn't a kept woman.
(13) You must not imagine that the love of a kept woman, however disinterested, costs nothing.
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