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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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This cry became the charging word for the musketeers, who guided by it, joined D'Artagnan.
Individuals strongly influenced by social desirability may be expected to cry less but also may be more reluctant to report their crying episodes.
They would begin to come, and then came that part of me, having learned not to cry, that simply shut the tears off.
Vowing to try to help ensure no other families had to go through the same torment, they threw their weight behind supporting CRY.
For example, a hungry cry might be short and low-pitched, while a cry of pain might be a sudden, long, high-pitched shriek.
To try to understand why our bodies need to cry, she visits doctors and scientists, and literally puts her own tear ducts under the microscope.
There were other voices around the voice responsible for the cry. The maid's voice was the most unpleasant.
That's why most babies wake frequently though the night and cry," explains Dr Vandana Kent, senior consultant paediatrician, Rockland Hospital.
More work remains to be done to confirm that parental talk affects how babies cry, remarks psycholinguist D.
So cry thee not, my sweet child, Cry not three for a while, For tears will flow, At first love's loss, So for the moment, smile.
How do we, as therapists or as clients, understand what is happening when we cry? When is it good or not good to cry?
If he were in a situation where he was being tutored and he began to cry, he would want the tutor to "ask me why I was crying, and listen and care." If he were tutoring a student, he would ask the student what was wrong and if there was anything he could do, regardless of what the problem was.