three-year-old love


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  • adjective three years of age


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  • This time around, I’ve got another slew of deadlines, plus a highly effective stress producer known as a three-year-old.

    Origins Annie Murphy Paul 2010

  • You might come out of a dance looking and acting like a three-year-old, N!

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God PhD Bradford Keeney 2010

  • Julie Sharp is currently a Personal Assistant to her three-year-old son, PJ, sixteen-month-old daughter, Analeigh, and husband, Grant.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: New Moms Jack Canfield 2011

  • Any parent might feel a little twinge of anxiety if she arrives to pick up her three-year-old son at day care and finds him standing off by himself while the others are happily building blocks together.

    Red Flags or Red Herrings? Susan Engel 2011

  • Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse are understood to have entered into talks about buying the stake, which, if sold for the target price, would value the three-year-old company at £175m.

    GoldenEye game creators' new venture set for a gilded future 2011

  • They had a three-year-old, so I figured Quin and I were in good hands.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: New Moms Jack Canfield 2011

  • Along with Sveta and his three-year-old son Ilya, he moved to Moscow.

    The Return Daniel Treisman 2011

  • By the time she is in seventh grade, a rowdy three-year-old will not look different from other children, even though many teachers assume that the unruly preschooler is throwing up a red flag.

    Red Flags or Red Herrings? Susan Engel 2011

  • She had then proceeded to tell us the terrible news—that our 26-year-old daughter was dead, along with her 26-year-old husband and their three-year-old son.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grieving and Recovery Jack Canfield 2011

  • I was certain it was a headhunter calling to fill the position she knew my three-year-old could do so perfectly: CEO of a Fortune 500 company.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: New Moms Jack Canfield 2011


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