Crossword clues for sibs
n. (plural of sib English)
Sibs is an American sitcom broadcast by ABC from September 17, 1991 until May 6, 1992. The series chronicled the relationship of three sisters, and the support the youngest two especially needed from their eldest married sister. Sibs was created by Heide Perlman and executived produced by Perlman, James L. Brooks and Sam Simon, all of whom had been showrunners of Fox's The Tracey Ullman Show. The series was backed by Brooks' Gracie Films company and Columbia Pictures Television.
Usage examples of "sibs".
Only the smallest children got it wrong, and even they learned quickly because their friends and older sibs made fun of them when they made mistakes.
Flet has been assigned to play Union of Opposites with Cather, because they are sibs and Cather is Different.
You Sibs have always been good at getting the most out of those beasts.
The government decided that it would be unfair to keep sibs and survivors in the dark any longer.
Any developments, any insights, on the part of one of the sibs could be shared with the others through downloads.
Old Davout whose image was projected into the gothic-revival armchair, the original, womb-born Davout of whom the two sibs were copies.
Accepting the name, he remarked that the reason he spoke little when the others were around was that his older sibs had already said everything that needed saying before he got to it.
You have all these farm-boys and merchant sons, minor nobles and conscripts swept up off the streetsall of them burdened with parents and sibs, friends and lovers.
Dowd sibs hire their cousin as a minimum-wage janitor and givehim a former laundry room to live in.
Loosed at the end of the day, we five and the three of my sibs who were big enough ran up to our secret fortress on the mountain.
I regret hearing, let alone not rebutting, and I am sure my sibs do not wish their childhood folly laid out in ink.
As I danced on the mountain with my sibs, rancor and jealousy were as distant from me as death.
His electronic inbox contained downloads from his sibs and more personal messages than he could cope with-he would have to construct an electronic personality to answer most of them.
It was Old Davout whose image was projected into the gothic-revival armchair, the original, womb-born Davout of whom the two sibs were copies.
We reasoned that we had two sibs apiece on Earth, and if they-you-missed us, you could simply duplicate yourselves.