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April 01, 2009

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Jeff

In Pioneer Meat Woman, the knife is implied. The ball-and-chain are replaced by the apron.

John Ptak

True. Probably nobody needed any iconography to imply the ball and chain--it came with the territory until the last two generations or so.

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