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Bridget Carey Sep 9
Another update on the robot bear beat: Win your own Cubby robot friend for on CNET. 🧸 He’s a kiss-blowing, peek-a-boo playing, honey-snacking sleep buddy and... podcast host?
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Cats Protection Sep 9
It's ! Does your moggy have a favourite soft toy they like to practice their natural hunting skills on? Find out more about and play here:
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CNET Sep 9
YouTube's machine learning can't keep up with its promises (The Daily Charge 9/9/2019) - ALSO giving away CUBBY for
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Smithsonian Magazine Sep 9
The American toy was introduced in 1903, and almost immediately made its mark.
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Smithsonian Magazine Sep 9
After Teddy Roosevelt’s act of sportsmanship in 1902 was made legendary by a political cartoonist, his name was forever affixed to an American classic.
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DC Super Hero Girls Sep 9
Cuddles all day long! Happy ! 🧸
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Rays of Sunshine Aug 4
We're pleased to announce our partnership with in aid of on 9th Sept! £1 from every purchase of their Rays of Sunshine bears will be donated to us, so we can give children in hospitals their very own bear. Buy one here: 🐻
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Booksmart Sep 9
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NHL GIFs Sep 9
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Liz Climo Sep 9
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National Air and Space Museum Sep 9
Meet Magellan T. Bear: the first teddy bear in space! The bear flew on STS-63 as an "education specialist." Visit Magellan T. Bear in our Moving Beyond Earth gallery:
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NickRewind Sep 9
Who remembers the name of Chuckie's teddy bear?
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Team Coco Sep 9
Happy to America's favorite Wikipedia-powered teddy bear, WikiBear!
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UC San Diego Sep 9
Celebrating with campus' favorite bear 🧸 For the Stuart Art Collection, artist Tim Hawkinson constructed a bear out of eight locally-found granite stone boulders for the bears torso, head, ears, arms, and legs. Learn more:
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Trooper Purdy (KSP) Sep 9
These bears can be found in vehicles across the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and are given to children that are involved in stressful or traumatic events.
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RetroNewsNow Sep 9
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Gladstone Sep 9
To try and soften up your timelines with a break from politics I thought you'd like to know it's 🧸
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CBC Sep 9
In honour of which Teddy Bear is the most iconic? 🧸🧸🧸
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Alexandra Epps Sep 9
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SNBTS-Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service Sep 9
Give Blood Bear is happy to take your call.
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