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the total offspring of an individual male; refers usually to a stallion.
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For those who were still wondering if Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle were getting along, it appears the women themselves have provided the answer.
Now, mother and daughter are having a difficult time getting along.
A source close to the Brad movie couple say they getting along better now than they have in years.
Sources close to the couple revealed it is very unclear what's going on between them now as they been having some issues lately that involved communication and getting along.
She's now not getting along with her mother, whom she recently reconciled with.
When you get into your teens you have to find new ways of getting along with your parents, but it doesn't have to be hard.
The quiz and word searches add a fun dimension to this guide to getting along.
My sister and I are really getting along for the first time ever.
The friendship evolves even as control issues arise in this moving story of music, loss, and getting along.
Blitman also presented "The Mediation Advantage: Getting Ahead by Getting Along in Business," for Florida Atlantic University's Small Business Development Center in Pembroke Pines.
Written by internationally known speaker and author Florence Littauer, How To Get Along With Difficult People is a straightforward catalogue of difficult personality types one is likely to encounter at church, at college, at the office, or in any other walk of life, and advice for getting along with each of them.
She's getting along better and doing the best she can.