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    " The Word Girl " is a song by the British/American group Scritti Politti. Included on their second album, Cupid & Psyche 85, the reggae style track was released as a single in the UK on 29 April and remains the band's highest charting hit in the UK, peaking at number 6 on the UK Singles mabzollmyscibajacksesemlodifdaby.coinfo: Pop, reggae.
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    The Word Girl Lyrics: To do what I should do, to long for you to hear / I open up my heart and watch her name appear / A word for you to use, a girl without a cause / A name for what you lose when.
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    GIRL Meaning: "child, young person" (of either sex but most frequently of females), of unknown origin.
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    Apr 09,  · The “girl power” of the s wasn’t about anything but female strength. Everyone has potential to get sensitive about the language used to describe them. I’ve written in these pages about.
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    Play word games with WordGirl and Captain Huggy Face to build vocabulary.
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    atta girl: Alternative spelling of atta girl. Rate it: ( / 1 vote) business girl: A prostitute. Rate it: ( / 1 vote) cry like a little girl: To bawl unabashedly and pitifully. Rate it: ( / 1 vote) as the next girl: To a reasonable degree; as much as a typical person: especially, as much as a typical woman. Rate it: ( / .
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    Jul 21,  · The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo has been around for over a decade, and its protagonist Lisbeth is an archetypal title Girl, rebellious and morally ambiguous. But it was Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl that really set the trend in motion, and Paula Hawkins’ The Girl on the Train cemented it.