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  • Again and again he repeated those words, "_La povera bambina -- la povera piccola bambina_."

    A Spirit in Prison

  • There is a great procession through the streets of Westminster with the "bambina" statue of Our Lady, and a splendid Mass in the Cathedral - all preceded by a fair in the Cathedral Hall with Maltese foods and crafts on sale, and a band playing, and speeches from the Maltese High Commissioner.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • The very sight of some one with a friend's name and a cheerful face, his very jests at me for being a 'bambina' and frightened without cause, were as comforting as the salutation of angels.

    The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1 of 2)

  • 'bambina' and frightened without cause, were as comforting as the salutation of angels.

    The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning

  • Italiano · Cina: bambina della prima elementare dice di voler diventare "un funzionario corrotto"

    Global Voices in English » China: School girl wants to be “corrupt official”

  • “Hello there, bambina!” called Madame Portia from across the street.

    Unearthly Asylum

  • “Oh, I think that is enough for tonight, bambina,” Madame Portia said softly.

    Unearthly Asylum

  • “So what do you think, bambina?” called Madame Portia in her heavy accent as Joy drew up the path.

    Unearthly Asylum

  • Her first novel, Una bambina e basta (Just a Child), for which she was awarded the Elsa Morante Prize in 1994, tells the story of a Jewish girl who finds refuge from Nazi persecution in a Catholic convent near Rome.

    Lia Levi.

  • When Babs was but a tot, Jennifer, the older sister, served as a second Mom to the sweet little bambina.

    "Right of Conscience" Protections; Be Patient

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