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  • I started it by doing a high-pitched baby-girl voice, and then Ben picked it up, raising his voice to sound like Meggie.

    The Mommy Diet

  • She silently cursed Gwen for dressing her in baby-girl pink.


  • The baby-girl pulls my hair, and would take to sucking again, while Armand stands guard over my breast, as though defending his property.

    Letters of Two Brides

  • Or a super disguting dead-guy/baby-girl face transplant.

    Chris Penn – Nice Guy Eddie – Found Dead

  • And under her were comprised their children — two boys at school, and a baby-girl at home.

    Mary Anerley

  • The Queen hastily opened the baskets, and found in each a lovely baby-girl, about the same age as the little Princess for whom she sorrowed so deeply.

    The Green Fairy Book

  • This incident changed the whole tenor of my rebellious thought; in the earlier part of the day I had dressed this doll in very fine clothes, intending to carry it to the house of a poor neighbor, who lived in the rear of my father's premises, and whose baby-girl was confined, through some hopeless deformity, to the narrow limits of an invalid chair.

    The Doctor's Daughter

  • Heaven, and the tiny waxen form of Lianor's baby-girl left in its last resting-place in the golden sand.

    Dyke Darrel the Railroad Detective Or, The Crime of the Midnight Express

  • But Nancy was no baby-girl; by the time the elevator reached the lower floor of the building she had winked back her tears and the ache had gone out of her throat.

    A Little Miss Nobody Or, With the Girls of Pinewood Hall

  • Joyful was Louis to accept the invitation and to bestow his mother's name on the baby-girl.

    Charles the Bold Last Duke of Burgundy, 1433-1477


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