brothers and sisters love

brothers and sisters


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  • And littlies clinging to their ugly older brothers and sisters instead of being stuck in Crumblyville with their parents.


  • Everyone was there: Peter and his family, Inspector Wheeler, the Marquis de Montfaron, Megan, her brothers and sisters … and Dr. Pirretti.


  • My father, Amun-Ra, my brothers and sisters in godhead, I humbly ask that you give your son and brother Ptolemy Caesar who is Pharaoh enlightenment.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • My brothers and sisters are spread out from Clifton Beach to beyond Zainab Market.

    Beneath My Mother’s Feet

  • At half-past one Mrs. Durbeyfield came into the large bedroom where Tess and all her little brothers and sisters slept.

    Tess of the d'Urbervilles

  • That's why he went to Ebenezer Baptist Church and said that we need to get over homophobia in the African-American community; that if we're honest with ourselves, we'll embrace our gay brothers and sisters instead of scorning them.

    Remarks of Michelle Obama to the Democratic National Committee's Gay and Lesbian Leadership Committee

  • “I, Tywiln of the Red Sands, extend greetings to my brothers and sisters of Pakktrine Unified from the Aceribb of Jebilisk.”

    Running from the Deity

  • Lynn Price fulfilled her dream when she founded Camp to Belong, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reuniting brothers and sisters who are separated in foster care.

    I Used to Have a Handle on Life But It Broke

  • “K-R-U-G,” a front-row reporter offered to her brothers and sisters of the press.

    Isabel’s Bed

  • Kate felt every jarring stone and pothole as the Land Rover juddered up the rough track toward the main road, throwing her brothers and sisters around so that their shoulders thumped one against the other.



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