Tradition... it used to be that women were not allowed to be vicars Logically the question should have been asked the other way round (Why were vicars always men?), since the wording above implies that all men were vicars at one period.
At full complement there would have been 875 men on board. At the time of Trafalgar there were only 820 on board.
At full complement there would have been 875 men on board. At Trafalgar, there were only 820 men on board.
4800 men on the ships
Because you let them. You are too trusting.
Men are above women in the Elizabethan chain.
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He told the men that his father, mother, and sister were on board the raft.
They aren't always men. There are women who are DJ's. Gender has nothing to do with the job.
didnt always have one but when it came out it was the little bow type now u may wear it anywhere and its kind of fashionable.
the kind of men who want a valentines gift has to men ethier gay or sesative