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William Shakespeare wrote a a play titled Taming of the shrew. I think this conversely likens to a Carpenters song "Strength of a woman", which contains the line "Sometimes it takes the strength of a woman".

Though this is opposite thinking. What does this line mean? Does this mean a woman will have to gather strength to the maximum extent? or a man should pretend to be a woman like to understand the weakness of a man? Perhaps this is usually a man or woman who needs the assistance of a woman to understand the weakness of a man?

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