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baby

noun bairn, changeling, child, fledgling, infant, juvenile, kid, minor, toddler, young innocent, youngling
Associated concepts: abortion, adoption, baby act, illegitimacy
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In the following days, Mr Williams said, midwives who had dealt with Jones earlier in her pregnancy made attempts to contact her after finding no record of the baby being born.
She went to the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, but returned home after being told her baby would not be born until two or three days later.
Shropshireranwithpromise inastrongraceatNewmarket lasttimeandcouldgowellat atrackthatshouldsuitevenif hehasrunbadlyonhisthree previousstartsthere,butatthe pricesIsuggestsplittingstakes betweenoneup-and-comerin Barnet Fair andtheoldboy Baby Strange, whoisrace-fit andcaughttheeyeat Doncaster recently.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Babys Breath information available at WWW.
When I asked why, she said because it would probably be her babys last, which really got to me.
Police have confirmed the death was being treated as suspicious but the woman helping with inquiries, believed to be the babys mother, had not been arrested yesterday.
The Scouser - a former ballet dancer who's thrown some shapes in the West End hit Chicago - will take eight wannabe Babys, match them with hunky Johnny lookalikes, and take the whole lot off to Kellermans
WOODLAND HILLS -- John Waite, former frontman for the 1970s British rock band the Babys, got the Warner Ranch Park concert series off to a grooving start Sunday in front of thousands of music fans eager to welcome back the summer ritual.
Since Joes birth the widow, of Cwmann, near Lampeter, West Wales, has split up from her lover and the babys father, businessman Peter Rawstron, aged 58.
At the largest European pharmaceutical fair Babys Life Deutschland GmbH for the first time presented the eagerly awaited Babys Life pregnancy drink in front of 28,000 visitors from around the world.
ISLAMABAD, April 03, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Fat babies may be adorable, but being overweight delays a babys ability to roll over, crawl, or master other important physical skills.