Asked in Movie Ratings
What are the ratings and certificates for Surftide Female Factory - 1971?
Surftide Female Factory - 1971 is rated/received certificates of: Germany:BPjM Restricted ...
Asked in Actors & Actresses
What actors and actresses appeared in Surftide Female Factory - 1971?
The cast of Surftide Female Factory - 1971 includes: Tom Bourne Peggy Church ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society
Who wrote an account of her life as a female factory worker?
Harriet Hanson Robinson - "the wife of a newspaper editor, wrote an autobiography that provided an account of her earlier life as a female factory worker." ...
Asked in World War 2, D-Day, WW2 Homefront
What was done to female collaborators after the liberation of Paris?
Many of the "punishments" doled out to female collaborators are not fit for all to read. One punishment that can be read by all was shaving the head of the female collaborator. But this punishment was not exclusive to Paris, nor to the French. Richard V. Horrell WW 2 Connections.com ...
Asked in Batteries
Which post is positive the male or female on factory installed HD battery tender pigtail?
Negative is male, positive is female.
Asked in Germany in WW2, Manufacturing, Cigars
What Opera's story is about a female cigar factory worker?
"Carmen," by George Bizet.
Asked in Industrial Revolution
What punishment in the factory in Industrial Revoultion?
The punishment in the industrial revolution varied on the over-watcher. One of the over-watchers screwed ten pound weights to a kids ear and he became deformed, and children were whipped by a nine whip tail. ...
Asked in Industrial Revolution
Why did factory owners in the Industrial Revolution want to hire women workers?
Factory owners in the Industrial Revolution hired female workers because they could pay them lower wages than male workers, saving the factory owners money. ...
Asked in History of Australia, History
What was the female factories in convict times?
The female factory was a place where convict women worked to sew and manufacture clothing and material items by carding wool, weaving, using spinning wheels, and working on whatever other machines were used for manufacturing textiles. It held up to about 175 women, many of them girls as well. It was purely for work, and not designed as sleeping quarters, but if one of the women had committed an offence, she was required to spend the night in there as well, on...
Asked in Reproductive System
What part of the female reproductive system does fertilization in humans normally occur?
it comes out of a factory called willie wonker
What is the punishment for an 18 year old male giving an STD to a 15 year old female?
jail! seriously, she is underage and he's not. that's a problem (crime!) in itself. but about the std, he must have it himslef so that's bad enough punishment ...
Asked in Roman Empire, Julius Caesar
Why was the punishment of crossing the rubicon never carried out?
The punishment for crossing the Rubicon was supposed to be the punishment for treason as it started a civil war. However Caesar won the war so there was no punishment. The punishment for crossing the Rubicon was supposed to be the punishment for treason as it started a civil war. However Caesar won the war so there was no punishment. The punishment for crossing the Rubicon was supposed to be the punishment for treason as it started a civil war. However Caesar won...
Asked in Exercise, History of England
What is the Victorian punishment walking the treadmill?
A treadmill is a big wheel (like a hamster wheel) that prisoners turned by walking inside it. The power from the wheel was used to drive machinery in a factory (a mill). ...