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  1. Women in ancient Sumer could buy, own, sell, and inherit property. They could engage in commerce, and testify in court as witnesses. Nonetheless, their husbands could divorce them for mild infractions, and a divorced husband could easily remarry another woman, provided that his first wife had borne him no offspring.

  2. 20/03/2013 · Find the latest U.S. news stories, photos, and videos on NBCNews.com. Read breaking headlines covering politics, economics, pop culture, and more.

  3. Letter from an Unknown Woman: Directed by Max Ophüls. With Joan Fontaine, Louis Jourdan, Mady Christians, Marcel Journet. A pianist about to flee from a duel receives a letter from a woman he cannot remember, who may hold the key to his downfall.

  4. 11/10/2022 · Jessica Wade began writing Wikipedia biographies about women and minority scientists who never got their due — from employers, from other scientists, from the public. IE 11 is not supported.

  5. Women won the right to vote in municipal elections on March 20, 1930. Women's suffrage was achieved for parliamentary elections on December 5, 1934, through a constitutional amendment. Turkish women, who participated in parliamentary elections for the first time on February 8, 1935, obtained 18 seats.

  6. Times Literary Supplement. ‘Be there. Will be wild’ The base, the coup, the counter – and what we might expect from a second Trump term

  7. The march was in response to the murder of a Coast Salish woman. The annual marches were intended to commemorate Indigenous women who have been murdered or have gone missing in order to build support for a national inquiry and program of response. In 2016 the government announced it would undertake such an inquiry.