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Must my babe be dragged from my breast and be strangled, and by you, Mopo?
It was the same into which he had come as a tiny babe.
Again, at the first instant of perceiving that thin visage, and the slight deformity of the figure, she pressed her infant to her bosom with so convulsive a force that the poor babe uttered another cry of pain.
He fought frantically for respite for his senses, for air, as a babe being smothered attacks the deadly blankets.
After all, to have one burden the less on their shoulders may prove a relief, though there are still two children left--a babe at the breast and a little girl of six
In those days I rode seventy miles with an English Memsahib and her babe on my saddle-bow.
And then he spied Kala, who, returning from a search for food with her young babe, was ignorant of the state of the mighty male's temper until suddenly the shrill warnings of her fellows caused her to scamper madly for safety.
It is now time, I ween, to christen our bonny babe, is it not so, merry boys?
Mary's poor pretentious babe screamed continually, with a note of exultation in his din, as if he thought he was devoting himself to a life of pleasure, and often the last sound I heard as I got me out of the street was his haw-haw-haw, delivered triumphantly as if it were some entirely new thing, though he must have learned it like a parrot.
But it made the captain remember back across the years to his own girl babe asleep on his arm.
The babe threw back his head and roared at his prospects.
A babe was clasped in the arms of another and older woman.