DISTAFF


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To-morrow you shall spin, and every day Shall find you at your distaff. So Lucretia Was found by Tarquin.
I believe my soul," she continued, dropping the tow she was twisting on a distaff, "the man is in that tent ag'in!
'La Falourdel, don't use your spinning-wheel too much in the evening; the devil is fond of combing the distaffs of old women with his horns.
The two meet again in the Distaff and look sure to be in the shake-up, along with master trainer Bob Baffert's Abel Tasman, despite her defeat last time at 1-10 in the Zenyatta Stakes.
Valid only on the Breeders' Cup Distaff at 9.05pm (Irish time) on Saturday, October 27, 2007.
I think "Can't get distaff" (April) missed the point.
Although bin Suroor is confident about Stellar Jayne's chances in the Distaff on dirt, the Newmarket-based trainer is far more wary about Sundrop in the Filly & Mare Turf.
Johansson had four rides at the Shergar Cup meeting at Ascot in August, winning the Distaff on the Andrew Balding-trained Lochridge.
The meeting was marred by a controversial start when American hope Exogenous fell while going onto the track for the Distaff.
It also makes spirited demands on the company's excellent (especially on the distaff side) dancers.
In a separate chapter on women in the astronomical community, Lankford describes how education and employment opportunities in astronomy differed on the distaff side.
Over and over again Cameron emphasized the distaff side.