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Cuteness

Bambi
adorable deer grows rhapsodically in beautiful forest. [Am. Cinema: Bambi in Disney Films, 53–56]
teddy bear
cuddly commodity named after President Theodore Roosevelt. [Am. Hist.: Frank, 46]
Thumper
Bambi’s huggable rabbit sidekick. [Am. Cinema: Bambi in Disney Films, 53–56]
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Last year's Cute Kids win-|ner, Maddison-May Lesley Johnson, of Middlesbrough
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It's not known whether a cute face signals an advantage for a baby, Gangestad notes, or whether mothers who invest special effort in raising cute babies reap big dividends later.
The locally-hosted AirportConnect CUTE system at Sharjah International Airport is based on Windows XP supports passenger processing applications such as departure control and boarding systems and is capable of full integration with airport operations systems such as flight information displays and baggage management systems.
Taipei is reportedly the first airport in North Asia to adopt AirportConnect CUTE, which enables airlines and handling agents to access their own systems from workstations and printers shared by all users.
As the bandmaster readied his young charges, an audible "ahhhhhhh" echoed throughout the hall as the smallest member of the band, the requisite cute one, wearing the biggest floppy Santa hat, stepped forward and belted out the opening solo.
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The Cute and the Cool: Wondrous Innocence and Modern American Children's Culture.