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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pamper.


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  • Can you imagine crawling around in pampers for over 100 years?

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  • The pampers are a bit more contoured for a newborn, while the huggies are more of a standard cut like any larger sized diapers.

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  • Mel Gibson 'pampers' Oksana with cars, diamonds & $10,000 a month -


  • And almost anything that pampers, distracts or relaxes you can serve as a reward, says Cleveland Clinic psychologist Susan Albers ., author of "But I Deserve This Chocolate!" and "50 Ways to Soothe Yourself Without Food."

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  • They listed the four, something that was allegedly once worn by John the Baptist, two items supposedly connect to Mary, and -- this is where I gaped at the captioning -- "the pampers of Jesus".

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  • I had the sound off, so I don't know what Rudy actually said, but the transcriber heard it as "the pampers of Jesus."

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  • What sounds like pampers and is a garment that Jesus might have worn?

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  • At times he tells me to sit and he brings me food and pampers me with massage and all.

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  • He's told many classes of students that "I was slitting throats in Vietnam when you were pooping in your pampers", and claimed to have the record for

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  • Back at the office, consider changing your work area, White writes:Get a chair that pampers your back or consider ditching the chair.

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