MAMMA


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MAMMAMusic and Mood Management Apparatus (Muppets)
MAMMAMid-Atlantic Milk Marketing Association
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When it began to be talked about that Georgina should be taken abroad, mamma wrote to me that I had better stop in Paris for a month with Harold, so that she could pick me up on their way to Hyeres.
Mamma had heard it was very nice; so she wrote to me that I was to come and stop here with Harold.
de Chagny," exclaimed Mamma Valerius, "don't you know our Christine?
I thought, mamma, that there was to be no more question of that
I call her mamma, but I am not related to her; I was brought up by her," answered Varenka, flushing a little again.
I only meant that, after the decided stand Mamma took about its being Ellen's duty to go back to her husband, it seems strange that she should be seized with this sudden whim to see her, when there are half a dozen other grandchildren that she might have asked for.
So you see, Mamma, everything WILL be settled twenty-four hours in advance," she said, stooping over to kiss her mother's troubled forehead.
It was too cold for Mary Ann to venture, so she stayed with her mamma, to the great relief of her brother, who liked to have me all to himself.
I still think it is, Tom; and perhaps your papa and mamma would think so too, if they thought much about it.
Let us call mamma to look out," said Peony; and then he shouted lustily, "Mamma
But by-and-by, when the teething worry was over and the idols went to sleep at proper hours, leaving Mamma time to rest, she began to miss John, and find her workbasket dull company, when he was not sitting opposite in his old dressing gown, comfortably scorching his slippers on the fender.
And all will come right and she won't say anything to Mamma.