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gentle

Angling a maggot, esp when used as bait in fishing
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The Gentle Barn is proud to be the recipient of in-kind support from companies including naturesgate.
Ms Gentle became a high-profile campaigner following the death of Gordon, of the Royal Highland Fusiliers, in a roadside bomb blast in Basra.
We're very excited that so many of our locations are being recognized for the exceptional patient care they deliver," said Kirsten von Hassel, Director of Marketing at Gentle Dental.
As Christians, we are called to be a band of gentle giants.
For more than two decades, Gentle Giant Studios has led the development of state-of-the-art content using 3D scanning and modeling to develop and manufacture licensed 3D printed characters, toys and collectibles from a variety of franchise properties with global brand recognition, including Marvel, Disney, AMC's The Walking Dead, Avatar, Harry Potter and Star Wars.
An expert in his field, Dr Al-Sharkawi graduated from Liverpool University Dental Hospital in 1996 and worked in two dental surgeries before founding Gentle Dental Care in 2003.
Dornbracht, a global manufacturer of fittings and accessories for bathrooms and kitchens, has added a single-lever mixer to its Gentle series.
Our ability to sense gentle touch is known to develop early and to remain ever-present in our lives, from the first loving caresses our mothers lavish on us as newborns to the fading tingle we feel as our lives slip away.
Boss Gentle has masterminded a quiet revolution at the KC Stadium, taking the Black and Whites to second in the table.
Both body washes are hypo-allergenic, dermatologist-tested and pediatrician-tested for a gentle clean.
Botanical blend which is an effective and gentle cleanser.
Children came from all around, To poke fun and to stare, But the gentle giant, This he couldn't bear.