www.bbc.com/news/uk-11534042A picture of the average man and woman in Britain today is painted with the
release of figures by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LadyIn British English, "lady" is often, but not always, simply a courteous synonym for "
woman". Public toilets are often distinguished by signs showing simply "Ladies"
or "Gentlemen". "Lady" has a formal and respectful quality, being used to
describe a woman in old age such as "an old lady" or when speaking about a
woman to a ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/.../History_of_women_in_the_United_KingdomBullough argues that prostitution in 18th-century Britain was a convenience to
men of all social statuses, and economic necessity for many poor women, and
was tolerated by society. The evangelical movement of the nineteenth century
denounced the prostitutes and their clients as sinners, and denounced society for
www.britain-magazine.com/.../10-greatest-women-in-british-history/It's true that less than 40 years ago Margaret Thatcher became Britain's first
female prime minister, but women have been making their mark in politics,
literature, medicine for millennia. What's more, whether queens or commoners,
they've achieved their fame without ruling from behind their men-folk. Some, like
Nell Gwyn, ...
oldestinbritain.nfshost.com/The oldest woman living in England and the UK is Bessie Camm, born 20 June
1904. The oldest man living in England is Bob Weighton, born 29 March 1908.
The oldest woman living in Scotland we are currently aware of is Flora Smith,
born 21 April 1909. The oldest living Scottish-born woman is Margaret Vivian
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4042243/life-expectancy-uk-men-women/24 Oct 2017 ... As it emerges that increases in life expectancy have ground to a halt, we give you
the lowdown on how long you can expect to be around for.
Katharina M. Wilson, Paul Schlueter, June Schlueter - 2013 - Literary Criticism
She was far from a radical feminist but produced very intelligent, highly readable
and entertaining contributions to the debate about women's rights and roles. In L'
Egalite des hommes et des femmes (1622; The Equality of Men and Women),
and Grief des dames (1626; The Ladies' Grievance), she focuses on theological ...
Thomas Amory - 1755 - Women
As to her father, he was a most extraordina-^^ ry man, and therefore I will tell you
his story. John Bruce, When I was sent to the university in th'e'i 6th year of my age
, to be made a parson, according to the resolution of an orthodox parent, Mr. John
Bruce, the father of this lady, was then a master of arts, and justly esteemed the ...
Thomas Amory - 1755
_ As to her father, he was a most extraordina- TM^,strry ry man, and therefore I
will tell you his story. joimBruc, When I was sent to the university in the 1 6th Jjj
. year of my age, to be made a parson, according to the resolution of an
orthodox parent, Mr. John Bruce, the father of this lady, was then a master of arts,