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The '''Women's Royal Naval Service''', also known as the '''Wrens''', was the women's branch of the [[United Kingdom]]'s [[Royal Navy]]. [[Constance Clarke]] was a member, stationed at [[Bletchley Park]] during [[World War II]]. She stood up to [[Sixth Doctor|"John Smith"]] after he accidentally had one of her Wrens working excessive hours. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[Criss-Cross (audio story)|Criss-Cross]]'')
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The '''Women's Royal Naval Service''', also known as the '''Wrens''', was the women's branch of the [[United Kingdom]]'s [[Royal Navy]]. [[Constance Clarke]] was a member, stationed at [[Bletchley Park]] during [[World War II]]. She stood up to [[Sixth Doctor|"John Smith"]] after he accidentally had one of her Wrens, [[Sylvia Wimpole]], working excessive hours. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[Criss-Cross (audio story)|Criss-Cross]]'')
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The Women's Royal Naval Service, also known as the Wrens, was the women's branch of the United Kingdom's Royal Navy. Constance Clarke was a member, stationed at Bletchley Park during World War II. She stood up to "John Smith" after he accidentally had one of her Wrens, Sylvia Wimpole, working excessive hours. (AUDIO: Criss-Cross)

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