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Has the wine been getting into your head or do you always babble in this way?
THE makers of the talking doll that shocked a Birmingham mum by swearing say the potty-mouthed chat is just 'baby babble.
13, at halftime of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) men's basketball game between the Ateneo Blue Eagles and UP Fighting Maroons, members of Ateneo's Blue Babble Battalion took off their jackets, ripped a hand-drawn P1,000 cardboard bill (a reference to the P1,000 budget that the House of Representatives allotted to the Commission on Human Rights), and raised placards with these words, in big, bold letters: 'STOP THE EJKs.
A study in 2014 showed that infants whose parents babble with them learn language faster.
Listen to the babble of The only thing likely to go viral is this week's blood-letting in the boardroom.
Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z may not be as entertained by the list, that Babble.
Babies start to lip-read when they learn to babble," Lewkowicz says.
15 November 2011 - US family entertainment and media group The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) said in a statement it had taken over US Babble Media Inc, an online parenting platform operator, for an undisclosed price.
I can assure you I have learned to discard such talk and declarations as psychological babble.
All the talk and workshops, usually staged during expensive stays at plush hotels and bars, would fit nicely into a bag we should label "meaningless babble.
Once all the political babble is safely out of the way, it will be time to start with the World Cup babble.