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  • This would help in ensuring guaranteed minimum standards for all mandatory worksite facilities including crche and drinking water and minimum transparency measures.

    Jan Manch 21 March 2009

  • Mary and Joseph and the three wise men around the crche at Christmas.


  • She'd even arranged with the crche to keep Zane overnight since she knew herself to be stretched to the limit after the tense voyage home and the stress of landing all the pitiful mind-wiped people.

    Freedoms Challenge

  • Sarah joined her with her three children and offered to take Zane to the crche.

    Freedoms Challenge

  • Then one morning at the crche, Kris 'com unit bleeped.

    Freedoms Challenge

  • She had Zane and, when she discovered that Sarah and Joe had gone off as well, leaving Maizie and Tony in the crche, she opted for a change of duty and worked in the crche instead of hangar duty.

    Freedoms Challenge

  • Out the window of the crche dining room, they saw the procession of what Sarah called the "repossessed," mainly Africans, but some whites, and their nationality not so obvious as they had been given Catteni cover-alls.

    Freedoms Challenge

  • Services include: training for crche and after-school club staff, supplying of all the educational resources and equipment, and taking the children out every month on an educational trip to local places of interest.


  • Now it is not the certain lalvacion, but the Churohmcm - berfliij! rhatwe arc difputing lor in regard crche. individuah.

    Plain Scripture proof of infants church-membership and baptism : being the arguments prepared for (and partly managed in) the publick dispute with Mr. Tombes at Bewdley on the first day of Jan. 1649 ..

  • A code beaten into every aspirant within the captain’s crche.

    The Demon


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