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  • I called Babette and she agreed to come over on her way to work.

    Last Lullaby

  • I called Babette and she agreed to come over on her way to work.

    Last Lullaby

  • After a week's rest, although unable to rise, she called Babette to her bedside.

    Further Adventures of Quincy Adams Sawyer and Mason Corner Folks

  • Babette was called Babette because she was the only one who spoke French; she tended to get most of the French customers (the French being most sensitive about speaking any language but French).

    The Hotel New Hampshire

  • Come here, ma mignonne! "he continued, calling Babette, who approached him with a curious air of half-timid boldness --" Thou art but a very little girl, "he said, laying his thin white hand softly on her tumbled brown curls --" Nevertheless, I should be a very foolish old man if I despised thee, or thy thoughts, or thy desire to know the truth for truth's sake.

    The Master-Christian

  • Seriously: if someone told me that an afro-sporting dude rocked a chocobo chick in his hair in there's this belgium movie called Babette's Feast where they make something called "Quail in a Sarcophagus"

    Destructoid

  • Heeltap, daughter to my Lord Poddle; a certain Madame Van Foorst, whom I afterwards discovered to be the keeper of a dancing Ridotto on the Port at Antwerp; then the Jungfrau, or serving wench that waited upon us, who had for name Babette; and lastly his Mamma, whom, ten minutes afterwards, he began to load with Abuse, declaring that she wished to have her Barty shut up in a madhouse, in order that she might enjoy his

    The Strange Adventures of Captain Dangerous, Vol. 2 of 3 Who was a sailor, a soldier, a merchant, a spy, a slave among the moors...

  • How often the affectionate grandmother had told her with sparkling eyes of her little "Babette"!

    Barbara Blomberg — Volume 06

  • How often the affectionate grandmother had told her with sparkling eyes of her little "Babette"!

    Complete Project Gutenberg Georg Ebers Works

  • How often the affectionate grandmother had told her with sparkling eyes of her little "Babette"!

    Barbara Blomberg — Complete

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