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Related to strong-minded: individualistic, unruffled
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They saw a painting by the American artist Winslow Homer of a Cullercoats fishlass and they watched a film by Mitchell and Kenyon, which was North Shields Fisheries in 1901, and were inspired by the thought that the women were strong-minded.
I don't mind the traditional roles of male and female but I am a very strong-minded woman.
I don't mind the traditional roles of male and female but, as you can tell, I am a very strong-minded woman.
The exhibition at Red House in Gomersal is called Mary Taylor: Strong-Minded Woman.
He is a very strong-minded individual and never agreed that this was the case.
In the second novel Wodehouse returns to Blandings Castle with its retinue of dotty earls, strong-minded earls' daughters and famous sows.
His family said: "James was strong-minded and determined.
The team needs a couple of strong-minded footballers who are going to get on ball at home," added the 41-year-old.
Adelaide has been described as the Doctor's cleverest and most strong-minded companion to date which is going some following Catherine Tate's bravura performance.
The early reviews of Beck are that he's a strong-minded cop's cop who is well-respected in all parts of the city for his commitment to reform.
Duncan, who won acclaim for her performance as Margaret Thatcher in BBC2 drama Margaret this past week, plays Adelaide - described as the doctor's cleverest and most strong-minded companion.
Strong-minded Meredith was banned for 18 months from mid-1905 for offering bribes to an opponent.