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  • Grace, a former prosecutor, made it clear where she stood, deriding the defendant with the nickname "Tot Mom" and highlighting Anthony's partying after Caylee's disappearance.

    How the Casey Anthony case came apart

  • Grace, a former prosecutor, made it clear where she stood, deriding the defendant with the nickname "Tot Mom" and highlighting Anthony's partying after Caylee's disappearance.

    How the Casey Anthony case came apart

  • Strickland said he was "shocked" by the verdict in a July interview with cable television host Nancy Grace, a chief Anthony critic who gave her the moniker "Tot mom."

    Anthony won't have to return to Fla. today

  • Strickland said he was "shocked" by the verdict in a July interview with cable television host Nancy Grace, a chief Anthony critic who gave her the moniker "Tot mom."

    chron.com Chronicle

  • Strickland said he was "shocked" by the verdict in a July interview with cable television host Nancy Grace, a chief Anthony critic who gave her the moniker "Tot mom."

    chron.com Chronicle

  • All the parks were dotted with playgrounds, many recently installed by Mayor La Guardia and called Tot Lots.

    Last Words

  • A local sailing/drinking society called the Tot Club had invited me to receive an award.

    Rowing the ATLANTIC

  • A local sailing/drinking society called the Tot Club had invited me to receive an award.

    Rowing the ATLANTIC

  • Instead, she issues a frontline report, a colorful, messy portrait of one facility, Cambridgeport Children's Center (known as Tot Lot) in Cambridge, Mass.

    Who's Minding Our Children?

  • The New York Post reports the Academy Award-winner was in Sydney at the time directing a play he wrote called Tot Mom.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

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