adjective bae·er, bae·est.
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This was less than two months after Bae had been taken captive.
Bae,” for example, is a term of endearment that is either short for “baby” or an acronym for “before anyone else.
Other notable candidates include “bae,” “om nom nom nom,” “turnt,” and “basic.”
The question is: Why free Fowle, Bae, and Miller at this particular moment?
Bae, a tour operator, had spend two years in prison, Miller had been in for seven months.To Free American Prisoners, America’s Top Spy Goes to North Korea|Shane Harris|November 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
These two pencils are returned along cae and bae, and the interference of the two is observed in the telescope at e.