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  • Carl looked into Bridget's eyes, but couldn't hold her gaze.

    Power Ballad (Revised)

  • Carl looked at the floor and then at one of the horse hooves on Bridget's belly.

    Power Ballad (Revised)

  • Bridget's eyes ran up and down the bar, as though she were searching for someone better.

    Power Ballad (Revised)

  • Since then, some Yankee players have kept up on Bridget's progress, prodding Long for updates, Jorge Posada said.

    Part of One Big Family

  • Suddenly confronted with spiraling medical bills for Bridget's care and recovery, Johnson's finances were shaky.

    Part of One Big Family

  • A driver came around the corner a little too fast and plowed into Bridget's horse, severing the young girl's leg above the knee.

    Part of One Big Family

  • Before Bridget's essay made me so self-aware, I would have even used a semi colon to bridge those two thoughts.

    The Mannionville Gazettes Favorite Blog of the Day

  • Recently, we went to our local hospital to see the first picture of our baby at Bridget's scan.

    The Clanzoors? Never!

  • Bridget's class, held at an elementary school gymnasium in the Washington suburbs, is called FunFit.

    US Toddlers Get Jumpstart on Fitness

  • Nor was there an expert to jump to Bridget's defense when gasps of horror in the audience greeted her announcement that she had remarried and was pregnant -- despite her accurate assessment that because she was on antiretroviral treatment, the risk of her baby being born with HIV was extremely low.

    Kellee Terrell: Oprah Misses the Mark on HIV/AIDS... Again

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