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Chaperoning does take foreeeeeever but I enjoy it.
Chaperoning the Titanic, however, poses a different set of challenges.
L (2006) Chaperoning oncogenes: Hsp90 as a target of geldanamycin.
Gather Round Designers, Tim Gunn Is Chaperoning the Prom With the dust up between Lifetime and Bravo, we've had to wait too long for Tim Gunn to tell designers to "make it work."
Chaperoning a daughter who’s a burnout—just one more thing he’ll have to deal with in his hardship life responsible to no one but himself, living out of a trailer and selling cheese sandwiches to connoisseurs too desperate to find sustenance farther than where Buddy has shown up for the day—right in their face.
"Chaperoning Miss Brooke's investigations into the seamy side of current social history?
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