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Old 09-02-2009, 02:08 PM
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Lucky Rania.
I think Queen M should have been on the list last year.
I'm glad Angela Merkel made No1.

Queen Elizabeth II got 42.
Why do you think Queen M shouldve made the list?
Personally I dont think she is influential as many on the list unless someone disagrees.

I think Sheikha Mozah of Qatar would be on the list in the next few years if she keeps doing what she does for Qatar.
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Old 09-02-2009, 03:49 PM
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I wish Queen Rania would appear in the Forbes magazine as more often as possible.
Rania always deserves attention for her work, which she does with diligence and love.
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Old 09-02-2009, 04:57 PM
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I wish Queen Rania would appear in the Forbes magazine as more often as possible.
Rania always deserves attention for her work, which she does with diligence and love.
She has appeared quite alot in Forbes whether it has been on the fashion list ot the most influential list numeroues of times. Its good to see her on it but it would also be nice for other women to be recognized for their work as well.
I do give Rania alot of credit for all what she has done/doing.
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Wasn't Sheikha Mozah on the list last year?
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