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Maria Atanossova, a pilot from Bulgaria, behind the controls of the Russian made aircraft at London Airport, Sept. 29, 1965. She was the first woman to pilot a commercial flight into the UK. (Keystone/Getty Images)  - Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos | The Weather Channel

Maria Atanossova, a pilot from Bulgaria, behind the controls of the Russian made aircraft at London Airport, Sept. She was the first woman to pilot a commercial flight into the UK. (Keystone/Getty Images) - Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos

Circa 1960: A line-up of some of the air stewardesses who attend to passengers on board the supersonic jet the 'Concorde,' each one from a different airline. (Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)  - Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos | The Weather Channel

Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos

Circa A line-up of some of the air stewardesses who attend to passengers on board the supersonic jet the 'Concorde,' each one from a different airline. (Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) - Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos

Circa 1955: Members of an air crew on the runway before departure. (V. von Bonin/BIPs/Getty Images)  - Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos | The Weather Channel

Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos

Circa Members of an air crew on the runway before departure. von Bonin/BIPs/Getty Images) - Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos

Circa 1956: American actress Marilyn Monroe arrives at London airport with her husband, playwright Arthur Miller. (Terry Fincher & Douglas Miller/Keystone/Getty Images)  - Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos | The Weather Channel

Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos

Circa American actress Marilyn Monroe arrives at London airport with her husband, playwright Arthur Miller. (Terry Fincher & Douglas Miller/Keystone/Getty Images) - Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos

Circa 1959: Matt Busby, in sunglasses, at London airport with members of the Manchester United football team. (Keystone/Getty Images)  - Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos | The Weather Channel

Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos

Circa Matt Busby, in sunglasses, at London airport with members of the Manchester United football team. (Keystone/Getty Images) - Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos

Circa 1956: Air stewardess Joan Piggott serving lunch under the watchful eye of Instructor Matthews in a fuselage 'mock-up'. (Hulton Archive/Getty Images)  - Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos | The Weather Channel

Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos

Circa Air stewardess Joan Piggott serving lunch under the watchful eye of Instructor Matthews in a fuselage 'mock-up'. (Hulton Archive/Getty Images) - Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos

Air hostesses Penny Gillard and Jackie Bowyer prepare to board a BEA passenger plane for Paris, April 27,1963. (Dove/Express/Getty Images)  - Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos | The Weather Channel

Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos

Air hostesses Penny Gillard and Jackie Bowyer prepare to board a BEA passenger plane for Paris, April (Dove/Express/Getty Images) - Glamour in the Skies: Vintage Air Travel Photos

China | Yi woman with a traditional decorated hat | Puge, southern Sichuan province.| © Boris Kester

Chinese Yi woman with a traditional decorated hat, Puge, southern Sichuan province by photographer Boris Kester. via around the world in 80 clicks

This pin relates to my book because it is about a child getting beat. In the beginning of my book it talks a lot about Alicia’s bruises she has but it never explains who it’s from. But in the article it’s the child’s mother that beat the child. At the end of the book it says that it was Alicia’s mother that beat her so these both relate to each other.

Mother beats her toddler to the ground and then continues to kick him as he lies on the ground at Chinese restaurant... because he knocked his parent's hamburger on the floor

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