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  • n  the sister of your father or mother; the wife of your uncle

  • Crumpler was born in 1831 and raised by an aunt who spent much of her time caring for infirm neighbors.
  • This morning the top question journalists are asking the campaign is how did Obama not know that his aunt-- his father's half-sister from Kenya -- was living illegally in Boston in .
  • They questioned my aunt and tried to make her admit she had heard Bridges and his wife quarreling.
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  • Karen Clark Sheard in The Canadian Press
    This is another way for me to deliver what I do to people who don't go to church,Sheard said. "When I was asked to play the part of the church girl's aunt, I immediately thought of my nieces and nephews, some of whom have strayed and every...
  • Paula Creamer in The Associated Press
    He'll come down with my aunt and uncle,Creamer said.
  • Kim Cattrall in Hindustan Times
    My aunt Rosemary was the biggest star on Earth, and then she was a flop because rock 'n' roll came in and pop music went out. She didn't become less of a singer. In fact, she became a better singer, but it didn't matter. Things change. So... George Clooney Forbes Oct 2, 2007 6684 9779 auntie I don't regret (not having children). It's fine, it really is. I'm a pretty good auntie and I have a lot of friends with kids," said Cattrall.

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