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babes

An affectionate nickname, as for one's significant other. Hey, babes! How was your day? Babes, can you pass the bread?
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babes

verb
See babe
See also: babe
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For their current tour the Babes have forsaken the concert hall and festival arena for the more intimate confines of clubs and the odd cathedral.
Katrina Goulbourn Babes items will make heirloom pieces that must be kept for the next generations.
Boogie Babes dance and movement class sees parents and grandparents bond with their little ones by singing, dancing and playing.
Babes was given multiple anaesthetics, X-rays, underwent several hours of surgery and had to have special parrot painkillers.
"When you get to about 16 and you are given the same club blazer that the Busby Babes wore, it really hits you.
Two winning Boro Babes not pictured are Vicky O'Donnell, 19, from Normanby, and Teresa Dickson, 23, from Redcar.
For me, Babes In Arms is the highlight of the musical festival.
For an encore, the Opera Babes sang a heartfelt You'll Never Walk Alone, endearing themselves forever to at least one section of their Liverpool audience while Davies, as usual, endeared himself to all in an event he has made his own.
A cock-a-hoop BBC man crowed: "Michael Burke is more of a turn on than the combined talents of the three Babes."
(How many times in the following decades, would we witness late Manchester United goals and victories?) 'Brilliant Magpies Fall To The Babes' roared the headline of the Chronicle's late Football Pink on Saturday, November 23, 1957.
MANILA -- The rumor mill is heating up again after a sex video allegedly involving comedian Wally Bayola and sexy dancer EB Babe Yosh makes the rounds on the web.
The company's marketing director Hannah Squirrell said: "The Bennetts Babes have become a well-known feature in the biking world."
The "Babes in the Wood" project was delivered by Birch Forest Schools as a result of collaboration between the Marsden and Slaithwaite Renaissance and Slaithwaite Playgroup and Toddlers (SPLAT).
Matt Busby spent a total of pounds 83,999 in assembling the Babes, and that money was invested in only four players: two goalkeepers, Ray Wood (pounds 6,000 from Darlington) and Harry Gregg (pounds 23,000 from Doncaster Rovers), and two forwards, Johnny Berry (pounds 25,000 from Birmingham) and Tommy Taylor (pounds 29,999 from Barnsley).
A maximum of three girls and three boys will be chosen as the new Boro Babes and Boro Boys.