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We just got a kitten that is absolutely adorableMy daughter just adores her new baby brother.

We just got a kitten that is absolutely adorable.

The young man gazed at his new girlfriend in total adoration as they walked hand in hand down the street.

An Italian poet once remarked to his love, I would rather have you hate me for telling you the truth than adore me for telling you lies.

Princess Diana waved good-bye to the adoring crowd as she boarded the plane.

Have you seen Kayla's new baby? She's just adorable!

Sylvia looked adorable in her new dress for her sixth birthday party.

We saw an adorable puppy at a garage sale, and bought it for my daughter as a surprise.

The Princess stopped to wave to the adoring crowd as she got into the car.

We have an adorable picture of my children hugging each other.

Someone once suggested that to some people the best pet is not the dog that adores you, but the cat that ignores you.

Your new baby is just adorable. You and your husband are so lucky!

My daughter adores sitting by the fire on a cold winter night.

Someone once joked, Remember, the most adorable bride of today will be someone's mother-in-law in the future.

In February of 1964, hundreds of police officers were needed to hold back 3,000 adoring, screaming teenage fans who were awaiting the arrival at the New York airport of Britain's top rock and roll group, The Beatles.

Find someone who adores kittens.
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