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In Hinduism, Sacred Feminine or Shaktism is one of the three major Hindu denominations of worship along with Vishnu and Shiva.
's-Hertogenbosch is home to a variety of events such as the theatre festival Boulevard, Jazz in Duketown, and hip hop in duketown, the start of the Tour de France ( 1996 ), Tour Feminine ( 1997 ), the International Vocal Competition, November Music ( a contemporary music festival ) and the UNICEF Open ( formerly the Ordina Open ) grass court tennis tournament ( in the nearby town of Rosmalen ).
In Goethe's rendition, Faust is saved by God's grace via his constant striving — in combination with Gretchen's pleadings with God in the form of the Eternal Feminine.
Feminine terms such as actress, waitress, and usherette are marked with respect to the masculine, both formally ( i. e., something is added to the masculine form ) and in the sense that only the masculine form can be used generically to describe a mixed-gender group of people.
Emir (, ( Feminine: Emira, ), meaning " commander ", " general ", or " prince "; also transliterated as Amir, Aamir or Ameer ) is a title of high office, used throughout the Muslim world.
The word ' Hur ' is the plural of both Ahwar ( Masculine ) and Hawra ( Feminine ) which literally translates as " white-eyed ", or persons distinguished by Hawar, signifying " intense whiteness of the eyeballs and lustrous black of the pupils.
And as for the phrase, " In it is the plural of both ' Ayan ' ( Masculine ) and ' Ainao ' ( Feminine )", it was also used to refer to the beautiful eyes of the wild-cow whose eyes are blond.
A leading figure in the Women's Movement in the United States, her 1963 book The Feminine Mystique is often credited with sparking the " second wave " of American feminism in the 20th century.
Allan Wolf, in The Mystique of Betty Friedan writes:She helped to change not only the thinking but the lives of many American women, but recent books throw into question the intellectual and personal sources of her work .” Although there have been some debates on Friedan ’ s work in The Feminine Mystique since its publication, there is no doubt that her work for equality for women was sincere and committed.
Another robopsychologist mentioned by name ( the only other one in the robot series ) is Clinton Madarian, who is introduced as being Susan Calvin's successor in the story Feminine Intuition.
One of her best known works is Feminine Endings ( 1991 ; ISBN 0-8166-4189-7 ).
(" Feminine ending " is a musical term once commonly used to denote a weak phrase ending or cadence.
Each storyline in the film is made in a different style, mostly referencing 1960s art cinema, notably Fellini's 8½, Godard's Masculine Feminine and Altman's McCabe & Mrs. Miller.
Asimov's short story " Feminine Intuition " ( 1969 ) is an early example that showed gynoids as being as capable and versatile as male robots, with no sexual connotations.
Another important event of 1963 was the publication of Betty Friedan's influential book " The Feminine Mystique ", which is often cited as the founding moment of second-wave feminism.
At that same point in the trilogy, Langdon is preparing the manuscript for his fifth book, to be titled Symbols of the Lost Sacred Feminine.
It is later revealed in The Lost Symbol that Symbols of the Lost Sacred Feminine was published and created ' quite a scandal '.
English edition: My Soul is a Woman, The Feminine in Islam, ( 1997 ), 192 pages, Continuum, New York and London, Continuum International Publishing Group.
The movement is usually believed to have begun in 1963, when " Mother of the Movement " Betty Friedan published The Feminine Mystique, and President John F. Kennedy's Presidential Commission on the Status of Women released its report on gender inequality.
Feminine hygiene is a general euphemism used to describe personal care products used by women during menstruation, vaginal discharge, and other bodily functions related to the vulva.
She finds herself having to both repress her sexuality ( she insists that she will have " no dates " but also uphold a standard of being “ American Feminine .”) Trying to find her sexual identity as a Chinese-American woman growing up in the 1940s is something that vexes Kingston throughout The Woman Warrior.

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Waley's translation can also be understood as the Esoteric Feminine in that it can be known intuitively, that must be complemented by the masculine, " male " ( or Yang ), again amplified in Qingjing Jing ( verse 9-13 ).
Lilith, the First Eve: Historical and Psychological Aspects of the Dark Feminine, translated by Gela Jacobson.
** Feminine nouns ending in a soft consonant or a soft consonant followed by a, e. g. vôňa → o voni, kosť (" bone ") → o kosti (" about bone ")
* Hindu Goddesses: Vision of the Divine Feminine in the Hindu Religious Traditions ( ISBN 81-208-0379-5 ) by David Kinsley
* Hindu Goddesses: Vision of the Divine Feminine in the Hindu Religious Traditions ( ISBN 81-208-0379-5 ) by David Kinsley
* Hindu Goddesses: Vision of the Divine Feminine in the Hindu Religious Traditions ( ISBN 81-208-0379-5 ) by David Kinsley
* Tantric visions of the Divine Feminine: The Ten Mahāvidyās, by David R. Kinsley.
* Katherine M. Rogers, " Dreams and Nightmares: Male Characters in the Feminine Novel of the Eighteenth Century ," in Men by Women, ed.
* Goddesses and the Divine Feminine: A Western Religious History by Rosemary Radford Ruether ( 2006 ) University of California Press ISBN 0-520-25005-2, ISBN 978-0-520-25005-5
* 1963-" The Feminine Mystique " by Betty Friedan published, sparking the women's liberation movement
Feminine praenomina were generally abbreviated, if at all, in the same manner as masculine praenomina, but those abbreviated with a single letter were sometimes abbreviated by writing the letter upside-down, to indicate that the feminine form of the name was intended.
* Hindu Goddesses: Vision of the Divine Feminine in the Hindu Religious Traditions ( ISBN 81-208-0379-5 ) by David Kinsley
* TRANS 15 ( 2011 ) Celebrating the 20th anniversary of " Feminine Endings " by Susan McClary: Special issue dedicated to Gender Studies, Feminism, and Music.
Two of the stories, " Feminine Intuition " and " The Bicentennial Man ", were inspired by Judy-Lynn del Rey.
Feminine nouns or names are typically made diminutive by adding the ending-ette: fillette ( little girl or little daughter, from fille, girl or daughter ); courgette ( small squash or marrow, q. e., zucchini, from courge, squash ); Jeannette ( from Jeanne ); pommettes ( cheekbones ), from pomme ( apple ); cannette ( female duckling ), from cane ( female duck ).
In 1963 Betty Friedan, influenced by The Second Sex, wrote the bestselling book The Feminine Mystique in which she explicitly objected to the mainstream media image of women, stating that placing women at home limited their possibilities, and wasted talent and potential.
# The Feminine Mystique, by Betty Friedan
* Hindu Goddesses: Vision of the Divine Feminine in the Hindu Religious Traditions ISBN 81-208-0379-5 by David Kinsley
* Seeking the Feminine in God: Goddess worship accentuates female origins of the Almighty by Teresa Watanabe
One particularly controversial work is 1991's Feminine Endings, by Susan McClary.

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