Jeopardy QUOTABLE WOMEN Questions

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Concerning her 1949 nude calendar photos this actress said It's not true I had nothing on; I had the radio on

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This primitive artist who began painting in her 70s said Painting's not important. The important thing is keeping busy

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On August 10 1945 this former First Lady wrote The times now call for mankind as a whole to rise to great heights

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This mademoiselle said As for you archers soldiers gentlemen...who are besieging Orleans depart in God's name

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She once remarked Freaks was a thing that I photographed a lot

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Freed from prison in 2005 she said The experience of the last five months... has been life altering and life affirming

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Dorothy Parker quipped that Brevity is the soul of this sexywear

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She once remarked The power I exert on the court depends on the power of my arguments not on my gender

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In 1926 she told Ernest Hemingway You are all a lost generation

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People said women couldn't swim the Channel... I proved they could; & so she did in 1926

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In the New Testament Elizabeth told her Blessed art thou among women

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Lead me not into this says Rita Mae Brown; I can find the way myself

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Singer Carmen McRae once said Blues is to jazz what this is to bread--without it it's flat

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She wrote When my kids become wild and unruly I use a nice safe playpen. When they're finished I climb out

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In On Death and Dying she said Guilt is perhaps the most painful companion of death

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In You Learn By Living this First Lady of the 1940s challenged You must do the thing you think you cannot do

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This Bronte sister revealed in an 1840s letter I am neither a man nor a woman but an author

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While San Francisco mayor this Calif. senator remarked Toughness doesn't have to come in a pinstripe suit

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Some of us are becoming the men we wanted to marry confided this co-founder of Ms. magazine

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In The Second Sex this French author declared One is not born a woman one becomes one

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This talk show host said in 1988 If there had never been a Phil there never would have been a me

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Carol Burnett quipped that doing this Is like taking your lower lip & forcing it over your head

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Jacqueline Roque said of him If my husband ever met a woman... who looked like one of his paintings he would faint

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This cartoonist calls Mothers food love and career: the four major guilt groups

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She told Ernest Hemingway You are all a lost generation

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