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  • proper n. A diminutive of the male given name Robert.
  • proper n. A diminutive of the female given name Roberta.


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  • But Bobbie, _Bobbie_, dear man, don't yell like that.

    The Adventures of Maya the Bee

  • Bobbie is Yiddish for grandmother, and the store was inspired by the memory of Mr. Schick's grandmother, Renee, a Hungarian immigrant who came to the U.S. during the 1920s, faced hard times and started Schick's Bakery, which still exists in Borough Park, Brooklyn, even though it's no longer owned by the family.

    Charity, Beautifully Disguised

  • Examine how this manifests in Bobbie, Marcus, Amelia, even Serena Jane.

    The Little Giant of Aberdeen County by Tiffany Baker: Questions

  • Bobbie is a great trainer, and it very good at making sure that safety and health is always the first consideration.

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  • The story of Silverton Bobbie is definitely a good one, sad but with a happy ending.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • I know I have several genres/challenges blending in Bobbie Faye, but at its heart, it's action/adventure, and I have to be honest with myself about that and keep its pacing as well as keep the language from obliterating the pacing if it's to be successful.

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  • Yeah, Toni, maybe so, but at least we can be dead bang certain Bobbie Faye is your brainchild.

    Lost in Translation

  • I actually used a pair of high heels in Bobbie Faye in book 2 as a weapon, but I hadn't realized quite how much force that would have been.


  • I've been lucky so far that no one has recognized themselves in Bobbie Faye, and that the names haven't drawn ire from someone similarly named.


  • Without another word Bobbie turned round and left them.

    The Explorer


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