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Wrestling At The 1988 Summer Olympics – Men's Freestyle 100 Kg - Tournament Results - Eliminatory Round - Group B
... POL) 0-4 TF 526 William Scherr (USA) 0 ... Július Strnisko (TCH) Bye Round 1 ... Július Strnisko (TCH) 1-3 PP 1-7 Georgi Karaduchev (BUL) 2 ... Wilfried Colling (FRG) 0-3 PO 0-4 Vasile Puşcaşu (ROU) 0 2 ...
Bye Bye Love (The Cars Song)
... "Bye Bye Love" is a song by the American Boston-based rock band The Cars ... The song title differs from the Everly Brothers "Bye Bye Love" in its placement of an implied comma ... The Cars song title is spoken as "bye, bye love" whereas The Everly Brothers title is spoken as "bye bye, love" ...
The Everly Brothers (album) - Hit Singles
... "Bye Bye Love" and "Wake Up Little Susie" enjoyed crossover success ... "Bye Bye Love" peaked at #1 on the "country singles" chart, #2 on the "pop singles" chart and #5 on the "black singles" chart ... "Bye Bye Love", #207 on the list, had been rejected by thirty musicians before The Everly Brothers agreed to record and release it, whereupon it remained on the charts for 27 weeks ...
Bye, Baby Bunting - In Popular Culture
... New World (1932) by Aldous Huxley contains the adapted reference 'Bye baby Banting, soon you'll need decanting' ... In "The Good, The Bad and the Queen" project, Damon Albarn sings "Bye, baby bunting" in "The Bunting Song" ...

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    However, it can’t be helped; mothers, if they do their job properly, are the representatives of the hard, demanding world and it is they who gradually introduce reality which is so often the enemy of impulse. There is anger with mother and hatred is somewhere even when there is absolutely no doubt of love that is mixed with adoration.
    D.W. Winnicott (20th century)

    You will eat, bye and bye,
    When you’ve learned how to cook and to fry;
    Chop some wood, ‘twill do you good,
    And you’ll eat in the sweet bye and bye.
    Joe Hill (1879–1914)