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Was Joan of Arc real?
Was Joan of Ark transgender?
Why did Joan of Arc wear men's clothing?
There was sitcom called I Married Joan with Jim Backus who was the actress that played Joan?
Joan Davis.
What was the outcome of feiner v New York?
A 6-3 ruling and Feiner received 30 days in prision
When Joan touched her infant and cheek he turned his head the side that was touched and opened his mouth. Joan was eliciting the?
Who played Joan of Arc in the movie St Joan?
Ingrid Bergman is the most famous actress to play St. Joan of Arc.
Does Mayor Paul Feiner of Greenburgh New York support or oppose same-sex marriage?
Mayor Feiner supports same-sex marriage and is a member of Mayors for the Freedom to Marry.
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Joan Baez and Joan Armatrading, Cambridge Folk Festival, review: 'a generous slice of folk history'
When does Feud: Bette and Joan start on BBC Two, who plays Bette Davis and Joan Crawford and who else is in the cast? THEIR competitive rivalry created one of the biggest Hollywood feuds of all time and BBC Two are airing a series detailing every aspect. From cast to plot, here’s what we know about the dramatisation of Bette Davis and Joan Crawford’s relationship. What is Feud: Bette and Joan about? The eight-part series explores the relationship between […]
What time is Feud: Bette and Joan on BBC Two tonight, who plays Bette Davis and Joan Crawford and what’s it about? THEIR competitive rivalry created one of the biggest Hollywood feuds of all time and BBC Two are airing a series detailing every aspect. From cast to plot, here is the lowdown on the dramatisation of Bette Davis and Joan Crawford’s relationship. When is Feud: Bette and Joan on BBC Two? The eight-part series continues on […]
When does Feud: Bette and Joan start on BBC Two tonight, who plays Bette Davis and Joan Crawford and what’s it about? THEIR competitive rivalry created one of the biggest Hollywood feuds of all time and BBC Two are airing a series detailing every aspect. From cast to plot, here’s the lowdown on the dramatisation of Bette Davis and Joan Crawford’s relationship. When is Feud: Bette and Joan on BBC Two? The eight-part series starts on BBC […]
When is Feud: Bette and Joan starting on BBC Two, who plays Bette Davis and Joan Crawford and who else is in the cast? THEIR competitive rivalry created one of the biggest Hollywood feuds of all time and BBC Two are airing a series detailing every aspect. From cast to plot, here’s what we know about the dramatisation of Bette Davis and Joan Crawford’s relationship. What is Feud: Bette and Joan about? The eight-part series explores the relationship between […]
Joan Collins, how do you do
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Feiner Brotaufstrich: Lachs-Creme mit Frischkäse & Schnittlauch
Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold (2017) - Literary icon Joan Didion reflects on her remarkable career and personal struggles in this intimate documentary directed by her nephew, Griffin Dunne. [1:38:10]
Who is Joan Walsh?
Folks rallied online for Joan Walsh, including some former colleagues at MSNBC.
Becoming Joan Crawford
Becoming Joan Crawford Five films from the actress's early era, when her persona took form, are now available on home video.
Ukraine's Joan of Arc
Yulia Tymoshenko isn’t afraid to be a martyr. She may soon get her chance.
Joan's grandson speaks out
[25-12] We love @TraceeEllisRoss on #BlackIsh but her acting was incredible on Girlfriends as Joan Clayton! Joan was a very com
[11-10] #KevinProbably... interesting, but how did he get un-paralyzed since the previous season of Joan of Arcadia? And what happened to Joan?
[20-12] @joanmcos Hi Joan. This pic is fabulous, like #Jamie popping up from Wonderland. Dream about Wonderland, Joan and G…
[21-11] Have you heard ‘Baseek ft. Joan Rafart Bless my soul’ by Joan Rafart on #SoundCloud? #np
[30-09] #Jets "I hate myself for loving you" -Joan Jett aka "Joan #Jets "
[08-01] "Joan used to say: all you need is someone to love, something to do and something to wish for." #Derek
[29-09] All I can say is that Joan is being very magnanimous. #TCMParty
[13-09] Joan EasyJet & The Blackheads #budgettributebands
[19-09] When you see #Baez trending, isn't your first thought Joan?
[28-09] @Joan_Kappes @BetterWorldAdvo Thank you Joan. ?? #FridayEve ??
[02-10] Joan's hair is incredibly big in this. #tcmparty
[02-10] Joan at her controlling best! #Humoresque ??? #TCMParty
[08-10] Thank you #KevinProbably. I’ve been waiting for you since Joan of Arcadia.
[07-12] @BurnettGeeksThanks for the laughs!"I will do Joan Of Arc!"?#CarolBurnett
[12-10] That's some mid-Atlantic accent Joan has #TCMParty
[30-09] Joan Leslie looks more grown-up than I’ve ever seen her. #TCMParty
[12-10] Sigh. When you see #Baez trend and think Joan.#old
[07-10] #NationalSistersDay #TCMParty @tcm Joan and Olivia
[04-10] It’s like Joan of Arcadia but with meteors #KevinProbably
[04-10] @JasonRitter was also in Joan of Arcadia! #KevinProbably
Joan Feiner
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* OLP130 Finding Your Prosperity Place with Joan Sotkin This Week’s Guest: Joan Sotkin It is my pleasure to welcome Joan Sotkin to the Online Learning Podcast.  Joan is an experienced Online Entrepreneur and is now turning her attention to creating online courses.  She is truly inspirational and I hope you enjoy our wide ranging discussion. You can find out more about Joan at her website –
* Born to Be Bad *** (1950, Joan Fontaine, Robert Ryan, Zachary Scott, Joan Leslie, Mel Ferrer) – Classic Movie Review 4795 ‘Baby-faced Savage in a jungle of intrigue!’ Ah yes, with her oh-so-sweet exterior, perhaps you would think that butter wouldn’t melt in Christabel’s mouth, maybe. But, really, Joan Fontaine’s character here is an icy cold, calculating woman who gets what she wants by manipulating all and sundry around her. Those Christabel fools include her cousin Donna (Joan Leslie) and Donna’s millionaire… View On WordPress
* joan: how have you been feeling mark? mark: i cant trust anyone but damian. how is he? is he ok? have you talked to him? are his powers back? joan: *screaming internally* I'M GOING TO KILL BOTH OF THEM AND MAKE IT LOOK LIKE AN ACCIDENT mark: damien- * damien: MARK CARES ABOUT ME AND NOT THAT...GIRL joan: what the fuck happened on that road trip
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Warum heißt „Fein Zucker“ nicht „Feiner Zucker“?
Weil es ein Adjektiv mit einem Substantiv ist, würde ich „Feiner Zucker“ sagen. Warum heißt das Produkt nicht so? Fein Zucker http://dump.gurka.se/fein-zucker.png
How old was Joan Lee upon passing away?
The sad news is coming out this past day that Stan Lee's Wife, Joan Lee, has passed away — may she rest in peace. The news stories are a bit in disarray over one point though: whether she was ...
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Was Joan of Arc real?

Why not google instead of wasting Yahoo points?
yes. detailed records of her trial still exist. Also the trial after her death at which she was exonerated of the charge of heresy, and at which peolle who had known her personally gave testimony. and if you go to Domremy you can see the house she lived in, and the church she attended.
Yes, she really existed.
Yes. And yes we do know--she was crazy.
Yes she was real but as for as whether or not she could talk to God no one truthfully knows
Yes! Look up her biography.
Yes, look her up.
She was a real witch for killing so many guys in battles.
Was Joan of Ark transgender?

No, although she may have been a tomboy (a girl who enjoys rough, noisy activities traditionally associated with boys).
No. transgender wasn't even a term back then.
That's Arc. And no, she wasn't. She was just fed up with the men in her community not doing their job. So she stepped up.
Yes. It's very possible he was a trans man.
Joan of Arc was a very confused and religiously deceived young girl.
Disinter the corpse & find out. Even the skeletal remains should give an indication.
It's Joan of "Arc". While there is some evidence that she never menstruated, there is none suggesting that she was transgender. However, it's interesting to note that multiple sources certify that she was very good at jousting---a traditionally male sport...even more so when you consider that those same sources say that she was about 5 feet tall and maybe 100 pounds.
It's Joan of "Arc". While there is some evidence that she never menstruated, there is none suggesting that she was transgender. However, it's interesting to note that multiple sources certify that she was very good at jousting---a traditionally male sport...even more so when you consider that those same sources say that she was about 5 feet tall and maybe 100 pounds.
It's Joan of "Arc". While there is some evidence that she never menstruated, there is none suggesting that she was transgender. However, it's interesting to note that multiple sources certify that she was very good at jousting---a traditionally male sport...even more so when you consider that those same sources say that she was about 5 feet tall and maybe 100 pounds.
It's Joan of "Arc". While there is some evidence that she never menstruated, there is none suggesting that she was transgender. However, it's interesting to note that multiple sources certify that she was very good at jousting---a traditionally male sport...even more so when you consider that those same sources say that she was about 5 feet tall and maybe 100 pounds.
No. She wore male clothes because she had to ride a horse in the company of a lot of men. If she had worn a skirt she would have risked showing a lot more than was decent, and wearing men's clothes was preferable to that. Later she explained that she continued to wear them in prison because she was afraid of being raped by the English soldiers and it was easier to defend herself in male clothes than it would have been in a skirt.
No. She wore male clothes because she had to ride a horse in the company of a lot of men. If she had worn a skirt she would have risked showing a lot more than was decent, and wearing men's clothes was preferable to that. Later she explained that she continued to wear them in prison because she was afraid of being raped by the English soldiers and it was easier to defend herself in male clothes than it would have been in a skirt.
No. She wore male clothes because she had to ride a horse in the company of a lot of men. If she had worn a skirt she would have risked showing a lot more than was decent, and wearing men's clothes was preferable to that. Later she explained that she continued to wear them in prison because she was afraid of being raped by the English soldiers and it was easier to defend herself in male clothes than it would have been in a skirt.
No. She wore male clothes because she had to ride a horse in the company of a lot of men. If she had worn a skirt she would have risked showing a lot more than was decent, and wearing men's clothes was preferable to that. Later she explained that she continued to wear them in prison because she was afraid of being raped by the English soldiers and it was easier to defend herself in male clothes than it would have been in a skirt.
No. She wore male clothes because she had to ride a horse in the company of a lot of men. If she had worn a skirt she would have risked showing a lot more than was decent, and wearing men's clothes was preferable to that. Later she explained that she continued to wear them in prison because she was afraid of being raped by the English soldiers and it was easier to defend herself in male clothes than it would have been in a skirt.
No. She wore male clothes because she had to ride a horse in the company of a lot of men. If she had worn a skirt she would have risked showing a lot more than was decent, and wearing men's clothes was preferable to that. Later she explained that she continued to wear them in prison because she was afraid of being raped by the English soldiers and it was easier to defend herself in male clothes than it would have been in a skirt.
No. She wore male clothes because she had to ride a horse in the company of a lot of men. If she had worn a skirt she would have risked showing a lot more than was decent, and wearing men's clothes was preferable to that. Later she explained that she continued to wear them in prison because she was afraid of being raped by the English soldiers and it was easier to defend herself in male clothes than it would have been in a skirt.
No. She wore male clothes because she had to ride a horse in the company of a lot of men. If she had worn a skirt she would have risked showing a lot more than was decent, and wearing men's clothes was preferable to that. Later she explained that she continued to wear them in prison because she was afraid of being raped by the English soldiers and it was easier to defend herself in male clothes than it would have been in a skirt.
No. She wore male clothes because she had to ride a horse in the company of a lot of men. If she had worn a skirt she would have risked showing a lot more than was decent, and wearing men's clothes was preferable to that. Later she explained that she continued to wear them in prison because she was afraid of being raped by the English soldiers and it was easier to defend herself in male clothes than it would have been in a skirt.
No. She wore male clothes because she had to ride a horse in the company of a lot of men. If she had worn a skirt she would have risked showing a lot more than was decent, and wearing men's clothes was preferable to that. Later she explained that she continued to wear them in prison because she was afraid of being raped by the English soldiers and it was easier to defend herself in male clothes than it would have been in a skirt.
No. She wore male clothes because she had to ride a horse in the company of a lot of men. If she had worn a skirt she would have risked showing a lot more than was decent, and wearing men's clothes was preferable to that. Later she explained that she continued to wear them in prison because she was afraid of being raped by the English soldiers and it was easier to defend herself in male clothes than it would have been in a skirt.
If she was then she would indeed have been the target of even more opprobrium. But note that the concept of "transgender" is a very modern one, not more than 50 years old in society in general in most western nations (e,g, France, England - the two nations involved in war at the time of J of A). It has existed in some parts of the world for much longer. I remember the notion of "sex change operations" coming in at some time in the 1960s in Britain. Note spelling "Joan of Arc".
If she was then she would indeed have been the target of even more opprobrium. But note that the concept of "transgender" is a very modern one, not more than 50 years old in society in general in most western nations (e,g, France, England - the two nations involved in war at the time of J of A). It has existed in some parts of the world for much longer. I remember the notion of "sex change operations" coming in at some time in the 1960s in Britain. Note spelling "Joan of Arc".
If she was then she would indeed have been the target of even more opprobrium. But note that the concept of "transgender" is a very modern one, not more than 50 years old in society in general in most western nations (e,g, France, England - the two nations involved in war at the time of J of A). It has existed in some parts of the world for much longer. I remember the notion of "sex change operations" coming in at some time in the 1960s in Britain. Note spelling "Joan of Arc".
If she was then she would indeed have been the target of even more opprobrium. But note that the concept of "transgender" is a very modern one, not more than 50 years old in society in general in most western nations (e,g, France, England - the two nations involved in war at the time of J of A). It has existed in some parts of the world for much longer. I remember the notion of "sex change operations" coming in at some time in the 1960s in Britain. Note spelling "Joan of Arc".
If she was then she would indeed have been the target of even more opprobrium. But note that the concept of "transgender" is a very modern one, not more than 50 years old in society in general in most western nations (e,g, France, England - the two nations involved in war at the time of J of A). It has existed in some parts of the world for much longer. I remember the notion of "sex change operations" coming in at some time in the 1960s in Britain. Note spelling "Joan of Arc".
If she was then she would indeed have been the target of even more opprobrium. But note that the concept of "transgender" is a very modern one, not more than 50 years old in society in general in most western nations (e,g, France, England - the two nations involved in war at the time of J of A). It has existed in some parts of the world for much longer. I remember the notion of "sex change operations" coming in at some time in the 1960s in Britain. Note spelling "Joan of Arc".
If she was then she would indeed have been the target of even more opprobrium. But note that the concept of "transgender" is a very modern one, not more than 50 years old in society in general in most western nations (e,g, France, England - the two nations involved in war at the time of J of A). It has existed in some parts of the world for much longer. I remember the notion of "sex change operations" coming in at some time in the 1960s in Britain. Note spelling "Joan of Arc".
If she was then she would indeed have been the target of even more opprobrium. But note that the concept of "transgender" is a very modern one, not more than 50 years old in society in general in most western nations (e,g, France, England - the two nations involved in war at the time of J of A). It has existed in some parts of the world for much longer. I remember the notion of "sex change operations" coming in at some time in the 1960s in Britain. Note spelling "Joan of Arc".
If she was then she would indeed have been the target of even more opprobrium. But note that the concept of "transgender" is a very modern one, not more than 50 years old in society in general in most western nations (e,g, France, England - the two nations involved in war at the time of J of A). It has existed in some parts of the world for much longer. I remember the notion of "sex change operations" coming in at some time in the 1960s in Britain. Note spelling "Joan of Arc".
If she was then she would indeed have been the target of even more opprobrium. But note that the concept of "transgender" is a very modern one, not more than 50 years old in society in general in most western nations (e,g, France, England - the two nations involved in war at the time of J of A). It has existed in some parts of the world for much longer. I remember the notion of "sex change operations" coming in at some time in the 1960s in Britain. Note spelling "Joan of Arc".
If she was then she would indeed have been the target of even more opprobrium. But note that the concept of "transgender" is a very modern one, not more than 50 years old in society in general in most western nations (e,g, France, England - the two nations involved in war at the time of J of A). It has existed in some parts of the world for much longer. I remember the notion of "sex change operations" coming in at some time in the 1960s in Britain. Note spelling "Joan of Arc".
Better to describe her as identifying with some male characteristics.
Better to describe her as identifying with some male characteristics.
Better to describe her as identifying with some male characteristics.
Better to describe her as identifying with some male characteristics.
Better to describe her as identifying with some male characteristics.
Better to describe her as identifying with some male characteristics.
Better to describe her as identifying with some male characteristics.
Better to describe her as identifying with some male characteristics.
Better to describe her as identifying with some male characteristics.
Better to describe her as identifying with some male characteristics.
Better to describe her as identifying with some male characteristics.
Better to describe her as identifying with some male characteristics.
sometimes he was noah sometimes he was joan.
no, altho9ugh teh MIGHTY have been gay
Why did Joan of Arc wear men's clothing?

Probably for practicality.
To help prevent rape.
Where do you get teh idea that most people knew AT THE TIME? I have never read of them knowing while she was fighting. Sure we all know she was a woman looking back since she was exposed, but I have yet to read it was common knowledge before her being caught.
In case ordinary people saw her, they might not recognizer as the same person who was wanted dead or alive, and therefore wouldn't report her whereabouts to the authorities.
Because he is a guy
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The vic's name is Karen Feiner. El nombre de la víctima es Karen Finer.
Ruth Feiner is here. Está aquí Ruth Feiner.
That was Sid Feiner. Lost his job through being sick. Han despedido a Sid porque estaba enfermo.
Karen Feiner's a music student, Susan Lee a lawyer. Karen Feiner era estudiante de música, Susan Lee una abogada.
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