baby

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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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This is a story of avarice; from his babyhood onwards, all Blue Monster has ever wanted is new things.
"It's all run fairly smoothly so far but the only thing is to watch is that Cass isn't too heavy-handed with the baby, as he's only just coming out of babyhood himself."
Ophthalmologists required urgent surgery He was diagnosed with MTHFR deficiency during early babyhood, and his Hcy level two months prior wasl81 [micro]mol [L.sup.-1] His pediatrician administered high doses of ASA (15 mg [kg.sup.-1]).
It starts from babyhood, with onesies featuring pretty princesses and future presidents.
As little ones grow, develop and explore their world, it's essential that parents seek out a detergent that can tackle the messes that come with babyhood, company officials say.
Activities included the cycle of life from babyhood through to old age.
Shamcey realized soon enough that childbirth was not the end, but just the beginning of the travails of babyhood.
This canal is the path the testicles take when they descended into the scrotum in babyhood.
Contract notice: Open procedure for the award of the "project management education at the day nursery and municipal services babyhood. period 1.9.2015-31.7.2016 "gara n.
Written in simple, sparse moving verse for the understanding of children ages 3-6, "No-Matter-What Friend" explores the depth and comfort of a relationship between a growing boy and his old dog, who has been his faithful friend, protector, and companion since babyhood. The dog is old and tired, while the boy is still growing and moving.
It engages the idioms of gaming, choice and first-person control, which for many is the language of the stories they've imbibed since babyhood.