Definitions

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  • noun Alternative form of crèche.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Perhaps, conciously or un-conciously, the creche is how the Jedi order protects itse3y4650sckelbo08lwkzzwcq ...

    Darth Sidious: People Person

  • Now that we have permission for the traditional liturgy that space where the creche is shown is needed for its celebration.

    12/01/2003 - 01/01/2004

  • The creche is now set up at Christmas time near St. Therese's shrine.

    12/01/2003 - 01/01/2004

  • One of my favorite moments in creche because she was walking up behind him to collect him at the time and finally got to see how her Precious Darling really behaved when he thought she wasn’t looking.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Well that was AWSM!

  • Yesterday, she was abandoned cruelly at the creche, which is remarkably willing to take drop-ins with warning, and adored it.

    Linnea's latest

  • Mandela ended his visit in Brixton at Ons Kleintjie creche, which is also part of the Impilo project.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The creche was a gift to the White House from Mrs. Charles Engelhard,

    White House Christmas Theme Information

  • The creche was a controlled, isolated environment to which only a few specialists-pediatricians and teachers, mostly-had access.

    The Forever War

  • Tory Christopher Chope presented a petition to the Commons - signed by 470 Parliamentary staff - calling the creche a "reckless waste of taxpayers 'money".

    Mirror.co.uk - News

  • At least two children and one adult were stabbed to death and up to 20 others were injured in the incident at the center -- also called a creche -- in Dendermonde, northwest of Brussels, Sky News reported Friday.

    Latest News - UPI.com

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