Some articles on daughters:

The Three Enchanted Princes - Synopsis
... The king of Green Bank had three beautiful daughters ... sons, who had been transformed into a falcon, a stag, and a dolphin these sons loved the three daughters, but the king would not marry them to animals ... They were married, and the queen gave each of her daughters a ring so they could recognize one another ...
List Of Y: The Last Man Characters - Others - Daughters of The Amazon
... The fanatical Daughters of the Amazon believe that Mother Earth cleansed itself of the "aberration" of the Y chromosome ... Identified by their lack of a breast, which they remove in a rite of initiation, The Daughters spread out from coast to coast and have been a problem for a lot of people ... After four years the Daughters of the Amazon begin to fade out, but the movement stays strong in New York ...
Children's Hospital Of The King's Daughters - The History of CHKD - 1960s
... the Norfolk City Union of The King's Daughters rallied the community and raised the money to build their dream a hospital devoted specifically to children ... thrilled to dedicate Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters, a three-story, 88-bed hospital, where every child would be treated equally, regardless of their ... The King's Daughters and hospital administrator William Selvey soon led the facility to its first major milestone its 1962 accreditation by the Joint Commission ...
Daughters Of Charity
... Daughters of Charity refers to Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul Daughters of Charity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Canossians, "Canossian Daughters of Charity, Servants ...
Bob Daughters
... Robert Francis Daughters (August 5, 1914 – August 22, 1988) was a Major League Baseball player ... Daughters batted and threw right-handed ... A Holy Cross College alumni, Daughters was signed by the Red Sox in 1937, and was immediately brought to the major leagues ...

Famous quotes containing the word daughters:

    O these encounterers, so glib of tongue,
    That give a coasting welcome ere it comes,
    And wide unclasp the tables of their thoughts
    To every ticklish reader! Set them down
    For sluttish spoils of opportunity
    And daughters of the game.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    He was high and mighty. But the kindest creature to his slaves—and the unfortunate results of his bad ways were not sold, had not to jump over ice blocks. They were kept in full view and provided for handsomely in his will. His wife and daughters in the might of their purity and innocence are supposed never to dream of what is as plain before their eyes as the sunlight, and they play their parts of unsuspecting angels to the letter.
    —Anonymous Antebellum Confederate Women. Previously quoted by Mary Boykin Chesnut in Mary Chesnut’s Civil War, edited by C. Vann Woodward (1981)

    Morality measured in centimeters: all mothers believe that only their daughters dance decently.
    José Bergamín (1895–1983)