Definitions for Sisterhoodˈsɪs tərˌhʊd
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the kinship relation between a female offspring and the siblings
an association or society of women who are linked together by a common religion or trade or interest
a religious society of women who live together as sisters (especially an order of nuns)
the state, or kinship of being sisters
the quality of being sisterly; sisterly companionship
a religious society of women
the state or relation of being a sister; the office or duty of a sister
a society of sisters; a society of women united in one faith or order; sisters, collectively
Origin: [Sister + hood.]
Sisterhood is a comedy feature film shot in London and Governors Bay, Christchurch, New Zealand and completed in 2008. It is to premiere in London's West End on 23 October 2008, followed by a theatrical release in the UK. It will appear in competition at the inaugural The Feel Good Film Festival founded by Kristen Ridgway Flores in Los Angeles between 22 - 24 August. Actors include Nicholas Ball, Maria Charles, Rory McGregor, Graham McTavish, Isabelle Defaut, Emily Corcoran, Robert Faith and Jon Gadsby. The film was directed by Richard Wellings-Thomas, written by Emily Corcoran and produced by Emily Corcoran, Tim Hart and Abi Sirokh.
The numerical value of Sisterhood in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of Sisterhood in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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Women are a sisterhood. They make common cause in behalf of the sex; and, indeed, this is natural enough, when we consider the vast power that the law gives us over them.
One of the things I have learned from veteran models is they are most loyal to each other, they will do anything for each other. That is a brotherhood and sisterhood civilians don't get to enjoy.
Any woman who chooses to behave like a full human being should be warned that the armies of the status quo will treat her as something of a dirty joke. That's their natural and first weapon. She will need her sisterhood.
We would see each other in the waiting room, in the hallway and we would always check on each other, then it would come to sitting in the room with each other, and then it was, ‘ If I ’m not here would you check up on baby Travis and if you ’re not here I ’ll check on Miriam Ellis, ’ so it kind of evolved into a sisterhood.
A Woman is home caring for her children! even if she can't. Trapped in this well-built trap, A Woman blames her mother for luring her into it, while ensuring that her own daughter never gets out; she recoils from the idea of sisterhood and doesn't believe women have friends, because it probably means something unnatural, and anyhow, A Woman is afraid of women. She's a male construct, and she's afraid women will deconstruct her. She's afraid of everything, because she can't change. Thighs forever thin and shining hair and shining teeth and she's my Mom, too, all seven percent of her. And she never grows old.
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