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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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Compressed sensing is a process that reconstructs a signal based on sparse data and is especially useful when sounds are recorded in noisy environments, which is where the baby cries typically take place.
achieve important "The deserves Mum says, 'He's happy, he cries. He's sad, he cries just stop crying!'
When I muffled my cries, it all felt, instead, like a painful lump in my throat that I could not swallow.
The study results may come as a surprise to parents, who are likely to have become accustomed to waking from slumber in response to their infant's persistent cries.
Parenting is a learning curve and, according to recent research by Colief Infant Drops, a third of mums feel powerless or a bad mother when their baby cries - so you're not alone.
As in Zeskind, Marshall, and Goff (1996), the first ten seconds of crying were selected because several acoustic features of infants' cries change during the course of a relatively long crying bout (Green, Gustafson, & McGuie, 1998), and because as time passes, different emotions can occur simultaneously (pain and fear, for example).
Picking up on any patterns can help you better respond to your baby's cries. Crying it out If you've tried everything and your baby is still upset, consider letting your baby cry it out.
We talk to paediatricians to find out their views on whether parents should respond immediately to their babies' cries
By 2 to 5 days of age, infants' cries bear the tuneful signature of their parents' native tongue, a sign that language learning has already commenced, the researchers report online November 5 in Current Biology.
But let me be clear here; I am not asking about what crying is with a view to then deciding on its meaning, I am asking what it means to cry, what it means to be as someone that cries, from which we can then decide what crying is.
They are cries for justice and deliverance to a seemingly absent God from people who, like Jeremiah, are enduring great pain.
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.