*1791, (w), ''The Romance of the Forest'', Penguin 1999, p. 335:
- The life of La Motte, who had more than saved her's …, depended on the testimony she should give.
*2019, Gaby Hinsliff, ''The Guardian'', 31 August:
- The rest of us, meanwhile, would do well to accept that one woman’s choice is just that; hers and hers alone, not the standard by which all must be judged.
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