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After six weeks of studying Sanchez's Home-girls and Handgrenades (Thunder's Mouth Press, 1984), the 200 participants gather for Ms.
Among Sanchez's books of poetry are Homecoming (1969), We a BaddDDD People (1970), Love Poems (1973), A Blues Book for Blue Black Magical Women (1973), I've Been a Woman: New and Selected Poems (1978), Homegirls & Handgrenades (1984), Under a Soprano Sky (1987), Wounded in the House of a Friend (1995), and Does Your House Have Lions (1995).
Some of her later works are I've Been a Woman: New and Selected Poems (1978), Homegirls & Handgrenades (1984), and Under a Soprano Sky (1986).
He further informed that four handgrenades were also found within the mosque and defused by the BDU officials.
The women underwent a gruelling 44- week basic training course in Bhanu and can now handle sophisticated arms such as AK- 47 rifles, light machine guns, INSAS rifles and handgrenades.
The three-act - Heroes And Cons; Charlatans And Saints; Horseshoes And Handgrenades - concept album charts the ups and downs between two characters, Gloria and Christian.
And as if that wasn't artistic pressure enough, they've plumped for a hugely ambitious concept album divided into three acts - Heroes and Cons, Charlatans and Saints and Horseshoes and Handgrenades.
O leiaf ar y pryd roedd yr handgrenades diwylliannol yma yn cynnig rhywbeth gwahanol yn y Gymraeg.
Her works received critical acclaim, most notably the autobiography A Blues Book for Blue Black Magical Women (1973) and Homegirls and Handgrenades (Thunder's Mouth Press, 1984), which earned the prestigious American Book Award for poetry in 1985.