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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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Forty-eight percent would let Laura or Barbara Bush baby-sit ; 8 percent say they would feel comfortable having Democratic presidential contender, John Kerry's wife, Teresa, baby-sit; and 5 percent felt comfortable with Martha Stewart in the role.
My daughter-in-law had her 1st baby 4 mnths ago, but she's so clingy with him & won't let me or her own mum help look after him or baby-sit.
We've all volunteered to baby-sit,'' said Christina's aunt Andrea Musgrove.
What it lacks in scripting it makes up for in a typically powerhouse performance from Toni Collette as Sandy, an emotionally constipated Aussie assigned to baby-sit a visiting Japanese businessman, Hiromitsu (Gotaro Tsunashima).
LEOMINSTER - A Fitchburg woman who was facing charges of assaulting her sister because the woman refused to baby-sit for her was found guilty of those charges in Leominster District Court Friday by Judge Mark Noonan.
Krick to baby-sit his infant daughter, Amanda, but upon arriving at the lighthouse you realize that he has vanished without a trace.
For those partisans, there is one more chance to see the charismatic Harris in a movie, this time shorn of the ZZ Top-issue facial hair and with an opportunity to do something more than baby-sit a bunch of fledgling wizards.