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Victor, Roumanian bacteriologist, 1854-1926. See: Babesia, Babès nodes.
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The babe sat with his feet dangling high from a precarious infant chair and gorged his small stomach.
"Are there then no other new-born babes in Zululand?" said Baleka, sitting up and speaking in a whisper like the hiss of a snake.
Kala had not once come to earth with her little adopted babe, but now Kerchak called to her to descend with the rest, and as there was no note of anger in his voice she dropped lightly from branch to branch and joined the others on their homeward march.
Remembering the death of her own little one, she clung desperately to the new babe, with one hand, whenever they were upon the march.
Babe You has just launched its full line of beautiful and sexy lingerie outfits that are also instant body-shapers.
Outside of his homeland, the Canadian communication scholar Robert Babe is not well known, even though his published research over the past 30 years on the political economy of telecommunication and media industries is crucial to an understanding of Canada's national system in the global context.
Critique: "Breaking Babe Ruth: Baseball's Campaign Against Its Biggest Star" by Edmund F.
But for US expat Babe Savage, ultimate gratification comes from providing free wigs to patients who have lost their hair to cancer.
After a competitive first half, Babe Balochistan dominated the game in the second half where Muhammad Irfan scored two consecutive goals supported by Muhammad Sajid's maiden goal.A thrilling qualifier between Khudai Dad Qalandarni and Babe Balochistan FCs took place at Balochistan Residential College ground.
Babe Ruth's daughter, Julia Ruth Stevens, was invited but will be unable to attend, he said.
The Dolly Babe range, featuring a heart print detail, has been withdrawn from the website and the firm said they are removing the name from in-store products.
Laura Waddell, a publishing manager at HarperCollins, wrote: "Clarks have named range of girls' school shoes 'Dolly Babe' while the boys' equivalent is called 'Leader'.