orphaned infant

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When his own baby is stillborn, an American ambassador is persuaded to spare his wife's feelings by swapping the child for an orphaned infant.
Smith survives the opening action scene--a jaw-dropping ordeal for both its ingenuity and sheer tactlessness--but the anonymous woman isn't so lucky, leaving Smith in charge of the orphaned infant.
They are as unable to dispute their survivor guilt rationally as an orphaned infant would be.
Tarzan follows the extraordinary adventures of an orphaned infant found and raised by a kindly gorilla Kala (Glenn Close) who becomes his adopted mother and protector.
Pic subsequently and none too subtly proposes extended-family-of-mankind substitutes for Ahmad's slain son, from Rashid, his teenage guerilla nephew, to an orphaned infant he helps deliver, to a Christian kid shown playing with Ibrahim's yo-yo.
Akomas began from a strengths-based perspective by approaching the assessment with the specific objectives of listing all the caring practices in the participating motherless babies' homes that enhance child development and building capacity of the caregivers so that they would be able to offer adequate care to the orphaned infants.
Here is Tal al-Za'tar Here is the clear collar-bone of Fatima the daughter of so-and-so And so-and-so, some anonymous filth, died on the bridge of the Return Here are some excellent skulls, you can make lanterns for Christmas out of them And the most beautiful icons ever known These charred vertebrae belong to two orphaned infants from the village of Mislakh The two of them burned joined to each other Whoever wants to may touch them to examine their quality Go ahead, touch them, touch them, don't be afraid This Oriental filth is cheap.