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- My aunt threatened to give me a walloping!
- My dad's grandparents were immigrants from czechoslovakia and my aunt often told me stories about "the old country."
- I can't believe your aunt is such a meanie.
- My aunt says that it's a trade secret how old she is.
- My aunt and my uncle lived abroad.
- My aunt is addicted to tv soap opera.
- My aunt is the sort of elderly woman who always wears a twin set and pearls.
- We are going to have her live with aunt xu.
- Mayn't I go and play now aunt?
- I'm staying in the house of my aunt who is nutty as a fruitcake.
- My maternal aunt sells this namely!
- L know l'm leaving you short-handed aunt em but this is big.
- The wines and liqueurs and champagnes of new orleans were new and exhilarating to her acquainted with only homemade blackberry and scuppernong vintages and aunt pitty's "swoon" brandy;
- He blends into the world of humans with his unremarkable appearance but he is really aunties disciple.
- In this view they were sedulously abetted by their mother aunts and other elderly female relatives.