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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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The baby daughter of a French rabbi was burned after being exposed to acid placed in her carriage.
Dads and partners dont have to miss out on their babys first step, word or giggle they can share the childcare, and share the joy.
There are many baby products available in the market today and they definitely make excellent gifts for the new mommy to be.
The labels tied to the babys ankle contain the barcode/QR code which when scanned can display information regarding the baby e.
It is at this stage that every mother is at risk of postpartum depression due to her hormones going haywire during the very crucial time of providing 24/7 care to a still fragile baby," he said.
THE boyfriend of a young Walsall woman found dead at a Shropshire school has paid an emotional tribute to "my baby who gave me the best seven years of my life.
JOHN WAITE Rovers Return (Beat Goes On) * NAMED after Coronation Street's pub, this was a 1987 solo album from an English singer who had more success across the pond with rock bands The Babys and Bad English.
He said that a Chechen woman was seven-month pregnant and about eight to 10 bullets hit her which also caused her babys death.
The offenders entered the North Tyne Industrial Estate, in Benton, North Tyneside, and forced their way into a container at Babys Thingz, at 5.
ISLAMABAD, May 04, 2010 (Balochistan Times): In a remarkable research, scientists have unveiled a novel way of treating leukaemia cells quicker and more effectively: using a common white flower known as Babys Breath.
Although Bernice knew who the babys father was she never told him because it didnt involve him.
BABYS Justin and Jordan Washington are definitely not your average twins - because they have different dads.