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Who can create a guilt feeling more easily in others...Genets or Ladies ?

Tags: ladies, news & events, guilt feeling
Asked by Nagaraj kurma, 25 Jan 12:03 pm
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Females
Answered by alok khatore, 25 Jan 12:04 pm

 
  
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Females
Answered by vijay, 28 Jan 02:34 pm

 
  
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Ladies to gents & not all others.
Answered by prabirb, 25 Jan 12:10 pm

 
  
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A lady-in-waiting is a female personal assistant at a noble court, attending to a queen, a princess or other noblewoman. A lady-in-waiting is often a noblewoman of lower rank i.e., a lesser noble than the one she attends to, and is not considered a servant or other commoner. Their duties varied from monarchy to monarchy.',

In Tudor England they were divided into four separate caste systems - great ladies, ladies of the privy chamber, Maids of Honour and chamberers. The ladies of the privy chamber were the ones who were closest to the queen, but most of the other women were the maids of honour. Female relatives were often appointed because they could be trusted confidantes to the queen; Lady Margaret Lee was a Lady of the Privy Chamber to Queen Anne Boleyn, just as Lady Elizabeth Seymour-Cromwell was to Queen Jane Seymour. The duties of ladies-in-waiting at the Tudor court were to act as royal companions, and to accompany the Queen wherever she went. Tudor queens often had a large de ...more
Answered by Mickey, 25 Jan 12:08 pm

 
  
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Whoever does something that is wrong will obviously feel guilty
Answered by priya rai, 25 Jan 12:06 pm

 
  
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No gender bias.. can be anyone..
Answered by Juliana, 25 Jan 12:05 pm

 
  
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