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  • The poor nations haby leading the global offensive for humanity to take advantage of the emerging possibility that world poverty could be eradicated.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • You say that it's over haby Ya say that ids over now And still you hang around, - now come on Won't you move over I could recall only a few renditions of "Ball and Chain," going back to the early days with Big Brother, that approached Janis's performances that night.

    Buried Alive, The Biography of Janis Joplin

  • She yielded herself to his touch as a haby, and he bathed away the blood and handaged the ugly, ragged wound.


  • Our attendants are selected from the strongest, healthiest, best-tempered, most cheerful-minded, kindest-hearted, most industrious and faithful men and women we can find -- people not afraid of work and indefatigable in it -- people who understand that no office they can perform for the sick is degrading or menial, and who will not object, when the patient needs it, to lift him like a haby and rub him vigorously with their hands for an hour at a time.

    The Opium Habit


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