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cry

1. Hunting the baying of a pack of hounds hunting their quarry by scent
2. a pack of hounds
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A good indicator of colic is if your baby cries for more than three hours a day, three days a week for more than three weeks.
OPINIONS on whether parents can spoil an infant by responding immediately to her cries are varied.
German newborns' cries tended to start high-pitched and gravitate to increasingly lower pitches.
This prayer, says the author of Hebrews, was offered up "with loud cries and tears.
Barbara Korsch, a professor of pediatrics at USC's Keck School of Medicine and attending pediatrician at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, cites studies by psychiatrist Rene Spitz on the hazards of overlooking such cries.
He charts the shift in the genre of Cries in the nineteenth century from work of art to illustrated book, where text became increasingly important and volumes were created for children.
Although constant crying can be difficult to cope with, it's necessary, because responding to your baby's cries is a crucial part of bonding.
Melbourne, Nov 6 (ANI): An iPhone application called the Cry Translator claims to successfully interpret the meaning of a baby's cries.
No other animal we know of cries tears in response to pain or emotional stress,'' Frey said.
Cries against the petty, restrictive, unrealistic rules of the NCAA.
IF a baby girl hears another baby crying, she cries for longer than a boy would - she empathises with others.
9-11pm: Cries a little every so often, again interrupting important viewing time on the TV.