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foundling

A term of historic interest for an abandoned baby; it is not used in the working medical parlance.
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But Poe said she was never told that Militar found her at the church although he signed her foundling certificate.
Josh Kleinberg of Pinnacle Realty represented the landlord and CBRE represented The New York Foundling.
In this show, Amanda Vickery explores historic artefacts and documents from the Foundling Hospital.
Tom was one of around 600 boys who lived in residential care at the Foundling Hospital school in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, during the late 1940s and 50s.
But when Tom MacKenzie finally met the mother who had given him over to the Foundling Hospital, he never felt even a second of anger against her.
Bashaf'i said that they conduct a field survey to investigate families that wants to adopt a foundling.
27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- This holiday season, The New York Foundling , one of the leading children's charities in NYC, and the U.
Author, humorist, radio commentator and Grammy-nominated audiobook narrator David Sedaris has been described as someone who "can make anything interesting, even French weather and foundling shrews.
Deaf and mute Augustin, a foundling on the hospital steps, uses his drawings to bring to life a past he shares with nurse Safta at her family's country manor.
Who wrote The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling, published in 1749?
Rhys Ifans - see Question 7 Foundling, published in 1749?