Laiba means ‘come here’ in Mandarin.
by Ryan Gandolfo and Phoebe Kut, 23 March 2021
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I didn't realise that so many chins were still a thing. I thought they fell out of fashion around the same time as The British Empure. I've only ever seen them before on old black and white movies. How nostaligic!
April 22, 2022 at 13:42 pm
Either this is a reprint of an older article or it contains multiple errors. Or both.
April 18, 2022 at 14:23 pm
what is the release date if there were no positive cases in the compound and the address thus does not appear on the list?
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