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Beyond Beyond Star New Ladies Sunglasses Women Metal Frame Vintage Sun Glasses Brand Designer Oculos Fashion Glasses(gold green temples) intl at 989.00 PHP from Lazada
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Beyond Beyond Star New Ladies Sunglasses Women Metal Frame Vintage Sun Glasses Brand Designer Oculos Fashion Glasses(gold green temples) intl
₱ 989.00 ₱ 1,154.00
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Beyond Beyond Star New Ladies Sunglasses Women Metal Frame Vintage Sun Glasses Brand Designer Oculos Fashion Glasses(gold brown temples) intl at 989.00 PHP from Lazada
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Beyond Beyond Star New Ladies Sunglasses Women Metal Frame Vintage Sun Glasses Brand Designer Oculos Fashion Glasses(gold brown temples) intl
₱ 989.00 ₱ 1,154.00
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BEYOND Body Lifting Shower Gel 250ml at 1118.00 PHP from YesStyle
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BEYOND Body Lifting Shower Gel 250ml
₱ 1,118.00 ₱ 1,597.00
YesStyle
Brand from South Korea: Beyond. Leaves skin feel fresh and moisturized without stickiness. How to use: 1. Pour moderate amount on towel and create lather. 2. Massage all over body and rinse with water.
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BEYOND Soothing Body Mist 100ml at 523.00 PHP from YesStyle
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BEYOND Soothing Body Mist 100ml
₱ 523.00 ₱ 1,047.00
YesStyle
Brand from South Korea: Beyond. Contains pomegranate, red wine, tomato extract Creates moisturizing skin. How to use: After taking a shower, dry yourself and spray 4~5 times all over body. Pat lightly for absorption.
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Beyond Beyond Star New Ladies Sunglasses Women Metal Frame Vintage Sun Glasses Brand Designer Oculos Fashion Glasses(floral black temples) intl at 989.00 PHP from Lazada
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Beyond Beyond Star New Ladies Sunglasses Women Metal Frame Vintage Sun Glasses Brand Designer Oculos Fashion Glasses(floral black temples) intl
₱ 989.00 ₱ 1,154.00
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Beyond Beyond Star New Ladies Sunglasses Women Metal Frame Vintage Sun Glasses Brand Designer Oculos Fashion Glasses(gold white temples) intl at 989.00 PHP from Lazada
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Beyond Beyond Star New Ladies Sunglasses Women Metal Frame Vintage Sun Glasses Brand Designer Oculos Fashion Glasses(gold white temples) intl
₱ 989.00 ₱ 1,154.00
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Beyond Beyond Star New Ladies Sunglasses Women Metal Frame Vintage Sun Glasses Brand Designer Oculos Fashion Glasses(gold black temples) intl at 989.00 PHP from Lazada
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Beyond Beyond Star New Ladies Sunglasses Women Metal Frame Vintage Sun Glasses Brand Designer Oculos Fashion Glasses(gold black temples) intl
₱ 989.00 ₱ 1,154.00
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Beyond Beyond Star New Ladies Sunglasses Women Metal Frame Vintage Sun Glasses Brand Designer Oculos Fashion Glasses(gold red temples) intl at 989.00 PHP from Lazada
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Beyond Beyond Star New Ladies Sunglasses Women Metal Frame Vintage Sun Glasses Brand Designer Oculos Fashion Glasses(gold red temples) intl
₱ 989.00 ₱ 1,154.00
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Beyond Beyond Star New Ladies Sunglasses Women Metal Frame Vintage Sun Glasses Brand Designer Oculos Fashion Glasses(gun black temples) intl at 989.00 PHP from Lazada
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Beyond Beyond Star New Ladies Sunglasses Women Metal Frame Vintage Sun Glasses Brand Designer Oculos Fashion Glasses(gun black temples) intl
₱ 989.00 ₱ 1,154.00
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Beyond Beyond Jupiter: The Story of Planetary Astronomer Heidi Hammel (Women's Adventures in Science (Joseph Henry Press)) at 1471.00 PHP from Galleon
Beyond Beyond Jupiter: The Story of Planetary Astronomer Heidi Hammel (Women's Adventures in Science (Joseph Henry Press))
₱ 1,471.00
Galleon
Heidi Hammel is an out-of-this world explorer. With her feet planted firmly on Earth, she takes trips millions of miles out into space. How does she do this? Heidi Hammel is a planetary astronomer, a scientist who uses the world’s most powerful telescopes to learn about planets. By making remarkable discoveries in the farthest reaches of our solar system, Heidi also helps us better understand the planet we call home. The giant planets Neptune and Uranus are Heidi’s specialties. She was on the team that first spotted Neptune’s Great Dark Spot, a raging storm as big as Earth. Heidi also led a team of astronomers tracking the Great Comet Crash, a spectacular event in which a fragmented comet pounded Jupiter for an entire week. There’s no telling what Heidi will find when she peers into a telescope. That’s what makes her work exciting. Beyond Jupiter is the fascinating story of a scientist and her science. To tell this true tale of adventure, author Fred Bortz draws on firsthand accounts from Heidi and her friends, family, and colleagues. How did a down-to-earth girl grow up to be one of the world’s most highly respected astronomers? The life story of Heidi Hammel will intrigue and inspire readers of all ages.
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Beyond Beyond the Gibson Girl: Reimagining the American New Woman, 1895-1915 at 2465.00 PHP from Galleon
Beyond Beyond the Gibson Girl: Reimagining the American New Woman, 1895-1915
₱ 2,465.00
Galleon
Challenging monolithic images of the New Woman as white, well-educated, and politically progressive, this study focuses on important regional, ethnic, and sociopolitical differences in the use of the New Woman trope at the turn of the twentieth century. Using Charles Dana Gibson's "Gibson Girls" as a point of departure, Martha H. Patterson explores how writers such as Pauline Hopkins, Margaret Murray Washington, Sui Sin Far, Mary Johnston, Edith Wharton, Ellen Glasgow, and Willa Cather challenged and redeployed the New Woman image in light of other "new" conceptions: the "New Negro Woman," the "New Ethics," the "New South," and the "New China." As she appears in these writers' works, the New Woman both promises and threatens to effect sociopolitical change as a consumer, an instigator of evolutionary and economic development, and, for writers of color, an icon of successful assimilation into dominant Anglo-American culture. Examining a diverse array of cultural products, Patterson shows how the seemingly celebratory term of the New Woman becomes a trope not only of progressive reform, consumer power, transgressive femininity, modern energy, and modern cure, but also of racial and ethnic taxonomies, social Darwinist struggle, imperialist ambition, assimilationist pressures, and modern decay.
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Beyond Beyond the Cliffs of Kerry (Bold Women of the 18th Century Series, Book 1) at 972.00 PHP from Galleon
Beyond Beyond the Cliffs of Kerry (Bold Women of the 18th Century Series, Book 1)
₱ 972.00
Galleon
For readers who like historical fiction with a bit of a love story. It seduces her like a lover; it bewitches her like a spell. It is something mysterious and powerful that Darcy McBride must follow beyond the cliffs of Kerry. Ireland in 1755 is a terrible place, ravaged by famine and the brutal occupation by the British. There seems to be no escape. Darcy joins a group of smugglers who trade illegally with the French and when their operation is discovered, she is transported to the English Colonies for servitude. Shattered by war and bloodshed, Darcy finds the colonists on a feeding frenzy of survival. She refuses to be devoured and meets them with determination and fire stopping them in their tracks. When she confronts the brash and attractive Jean-Michel Lupé, a surveyor for the Crown, sparks fly, and Darcy meets her match. His blend of refinement and frontier masculinity unsettles and entices her. Together, they are swept into a whirlwind of violence and intrigue that threatens their love and their survival. "Once again, author Amanda Hughes splashes the pages with gritty adventure and love stories about audacious women in the 18th and 19th Century. Her page turning tales will keep you on the edge of your seat as you take wild rides through dramatic and dazzling periods of history."
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Beyond Beyond Rosie the Riveter: Women of World War II in American Popular Graphic Art (Culture America (Hardcover)) at 2039.00 PHP from Galleon
Beyond Beyond Rosie the Riveter: Women of World War II in American Popular Graphic Art (Culture America (Hardcover))
₱ 2,039.00
Galleon
The iconic bicep-flexing poster image of "Rosie the Riveter" has long conveyed the impression that women were welcomed into the World War II work force and admired for helping "free a man to fight." Donna Knaff, however, shows that "Rosie" only revealed part of the reality and that women depicted in other World War II visual art—both in the private sector and the military—reflected decidedly mixed feelings about the status of women within American society. Beyond Rosie the Riveter takes readers back to a time before television's dominance, to the golden age of print art and its singular power over public opinion. Focusing specifically on instances of "female masculinity" when women entered previously all-male fields, Knaff places these images within the context of popular discussions of gender roles and examines their historical, cultural, and textual contexts. As Knaff reveals, visual messages received by women through war posters, magazine cartoons, comic strips, and ads may have acknowledged their importance to the war effort but also cautioned them against taking too many liberties or losing their femininity. Her study examines the subtle and not-so subtle cultural battles that played out in these popular images, opening a new window on American women's experience. Some images implicitly argued that women should maintain their femininity despite adopting masculinity for the war effort; others dealt with society's deep-seated fear that masculinized women might feminize men; and many reflected the dilemma that a woman was both encouraged to express and suppress her sexuality so that she might be perceived as neither promiscuous nor lesbian. From these cases, Knaff draws a common theme: while being outwardly empowered or celebrated for their wartime contributions, women were kept in check by being held responsible for everything from distracting male co-workers to compromising machinery with their long hair and jewelry. Knaff also notes the subtle distinctions among the images: government war posters targeted blue-collar women, New Yorker content was aimed at socialites, Collier's addressed middle-class women, and Wonder Woman was geared to young girls. Especially through its focus on visual arts, Knaff's book gives us a new look at American society decades before the modern women's rights movement, torn between wartime needs and antiquated gender roles. It provides much-needed nuance to a glossed-over chapter in our history, charting the difficult negotiations that granted—and ultimately took back—American women's wartime freedoms.
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Beyond Beyond Combat: Women and Gender in the Vietnam War Era at 2464.00 PHP from Galleon
Beyond Beyond Combat: Women and Gender in the Vietnam War Era
₱ 2,464.00
Galleon
Beyond Combat investigates how the Vietnam War both reinforced and challenged the gender roles that were key components of American Cold War ideology. While popular memory of the Vietnam War centers on the "combat moment," refocusing attention onto women and gender paints a more complex and accurate picture of the war's far-reaching impact beyond the battlefields. Encounters between Americans and Vietnamese were shaped by a cluster of intertwined images used to make sense of and justify American intervention and use of force in Vietnam. These images included the girl next door, a wholesome reminder of why the United States was committed to defeating Communism; the treacherous and mysterious "dragon lady," who served as a metaphor for Vietnamese women and South Vietnam; the John Wayne figure, entrusted with the duty of protecting civilization from savagery; and the gentle warrior, whose humanitarian efforts were intended to win the favor of the South Vietnamese. Heather Stur also examines the ways in which ideas about masculinity shaped the American GI experience in Vietnam and, ultimately, how some American men and women returned from Vietnam to challenge homefront gender norms.
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