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babs

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Babs has nothing but respect for her hard-working mum, who lost her first husband while pregnant with Babs' sister during the Depression.
When Whitney arrives at her parents' place, she interrupts the shoot by bringing the new cat to Babs who is still posing for the camera with her husband Glenn and her son Hunter.
When they took her call at their depot at Etna Industrial Estate in Wishaw, Thomson Dairies workers said they couldn't explain Babs' good fortune.
Babs enrolled Jazz in obedience classes and soon saw a huge change.
She said: "Babs has made such an impact upon people in the world of deaf education.
With Babs' help, patients are able to walk further, which means they can continue making everyday trips, for instance to work or the shops.
The yields on BABs not only exceed those on traditional municipal bonds from the standpoint of tax-exempt investors, they also exceed the yields on Treasury securities: on average, 3.69 percent versus 2.53 percent--a 116 basis point advantage.
There would soon be models of his amazing car in toy shops, lusted after by every small boy; find one in pristine condition today and you'll make as much as Thomas paid for Babs, just pounds 125, maybe the cost of a small family car, with another pounds 800 for rebuilding.
Babs was still living in her own home until she was 99 but is now at the Gables Care Home in Middlesbrough.
Babs winds Mogs and Dyl up a treat telling them she's got a job there.
Babs, who is married to actor Robert Powell, will take part in the gruelling 10-month round-the-world race as part of a 17-strong crew.
In the award-winning 1965 TV special My Name is Barbra, Babs is fabulous in a souped-up Empire-waisted glamour gown with a sailor-suit neckline.