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That Moment You Meet Your Mother
We all have a unique story to tell, but some themes are universal. That Moment.... What risks have you taken? Stan never had much of an interest in knowing about his birth family, but after his adoptive mother's passing, Stan decided to take a risk and find his birth mother. This video is about his "moment".

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Ultimate Cute Animal Compilation January 2018
Brand new weekly compilation of the cutest dog, cat, bird and other pet and animal clips, bloopers, outtakes & funniest moments caught on tape.

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One Voice: 12-Member Acapella Group Stuns With Their Powerful Vocals - AGT
A diverse 12-member high school acapella group reminds us that there is power in numbers with their stunning singing ability! Check out One Voice!

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Cute Puppy vs. Lemon: Cute Puppy Potpie
Watch cute puppy dog Potpie battle a lemon. This crazy cute beagle puppy wastes no time in pouncing on the lemon wedge and putting it in his mouth, which causes the dog to have an adorably hilarious reaction. Potpie plays with the piece of fruit like it's going to bite him, in this epic battle of puppy dog vs. lemon!

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Eleanor Powell - Boogie Woogie 1943
Eleanor Torrey Powell (November 21, 1912 February 11, 1982) was an American dancer and actress. Best remembered for her solo tap numbers in musical films in the 1930s and 1940s, Powell began studying ballet aged six and began dancing at nightclubs in Atlantic City before she was a teenager. From the age of sixteen, she began studying tap and started appearing in musical revues on Broadway, before making her Hollywood debut as a featured dancer in the movie George White's Scandals (1935). She was known as one of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's top dancing stars during the Golden Age of Hollywood in a series of musical vehicles tailored especially for her talents, such as Born to Dance (1936), Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937) and Rosalie (1937), believed to be equaled only by Fred Astaire in terms of dancing talent. In 1965, she was named the World's Greatest Tap Dancer by the Dance Masters of America.

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