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Once Zoomer Coyote entered the world, there would be no pink or blue bassinet cards in the hospital nursery.
RAISING A CHILD WITHOUT A GENDERTERRI SCHLICHENMEYERJANUARY 14, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
Italian he might be were his bassinet more sloped, but I will swear that those plates were welded betwixt this and Rhine.
THE WHITE COMPANYARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
A wide-rimmed helm is often represented as worn over or in place of the bassinet, and jewelled and crested.
ARMOUR IN ENGLANDJ. STARKIE GARDNER
The babe practically unwashed, the house becomes grimy, and the bed and bassinet nasty.
LONDON'S UNDERWORLDTHOMAS HOLMES
This completes one diamond, which for a bassinet quilt will be large enough.
The form "bassinet" is used for the hooded wicker cradle or perambulator for babies.
For the edge of a counterpane, nothing can be handsomer than the border and fringe of the bassinet quilt.
She found the oils he was doing,—the picture of her beside the baby's bassinet on the terrace, for instance,—disappointing.
ONE WOMAN'S LIFEROBERT HERRICK
Come, in your order, as ye sit; draw to the bassinet and take out your lot.
PABO, THE PRIESTSABINE BARING-GOULD
The bassinet on the figure to the right is particularly noteworthy.
ARMOUR IN ENGLANDJ. STARKIE GARDNER

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