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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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Also known as the "Ferber method," this technique involves ignoring a child's cries, checking on them only at specific times with increasing intervals.
Your baby's cries are a communication to say I'm not happy and need you to help calm me down.
The main hypotheses are that the different patterns of cries can be distinguished by the observers, and that the context information optimizes the accuracy of recognition by the observers.
DESPITE being the simplest language to express needs, the cries of a baby still baffle parents who are torn between age- old wisdom and modern theories on child rearing.
Newborns then re-create those familiar patterns in at least some of their cries, she proposes.
When someone cries we look for reasons, explanations and justifications and we combine these with value judgements concerning the persons' (dis)comfort with their own crying.
Fully aware of the miracle of the Exodus, Jeremiah no doubt is hoping that God would "notice" his suffering, hear his cries, and deliver him as he once heard and delivered the Israelites under Moses (Exod 2:24-25; 3:7-9).
As if they were yesterday, I hear Bennett's cries and her pleas for someone to pay attention and work with teachers to truly improve public education.
When she babysits, she goes to my two month old as soon as she cries.
Trying to decode a baby's cries can be a frustrating challenge for parents.
Peaceful landscapes; scenes from the history of Rwanda; music from Bach's Saint Matthew Passion (which, in a cinematic context, calls to mind Pasolini's unforgettable images of Christ's suffering); heartrending silent images of crying children, their faces so pained and painful that the viewer is relieved to finally hear the cries too; victims' soiled clothing hanging on a line.
Images of the Outcast: The Urban Poor in the Cries of London.