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  • I could hear the baby crying the background.

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  • Drunk and crying, she didn't bother opening her eyes.

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  • He thought she was crying about last night.

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  • His children were crying for food.

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  • The doll with the large blue eyes crying on the bed bothered him on more levels than he wanted to admit.

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  • I thought I heard you crying this morning.

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  • She sat in her room crying like a child, blowing her nose and sobbing.

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  • And what does crying help?

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  • And then when I heard you crying in the bathroom.

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  • She guided the crying woman inside to her library and dug through the small satchel near her favorite chair.

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  • Darian was crying, and her head hurt.

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  • I'd never stop crying if I had to leave.

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  • The kid was crying and began tugging on her coat.

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  • She slumped and began crying for her friend.

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  • She kept on lamenting and crying, continued the woman.

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  • After crying she had fallen asleep.

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  • For crying out loud, Cindy, he'll be devastated, Mary interrupted.

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  • She started crying and holding her arms up to Carmen.

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  • She was crying again.

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  • They saw the mother robin flying about, and crying to her mate.

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  • Afterwards in the evening when I gave him his ticket, he again began crying piteously and kissing me.

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  • She was on the verge of crying again.

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  • Dean could hear the sound of Cynthia crying and then the click as she hung up the extension.

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  • All the crying had left her exhausted, but she didn't want to go back to their bed.

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  • Would you like to kiss me? she whispered almost inaudibly, glancing up at him from under her brows, smiling, and almost crying from excitement.

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  • She felt like crying again.

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  • I've been crying for a week straight.

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  • The youngest child, a boy of about seven, who wore an overcoat and an immense cap evidently not his own, was crying in his old nurse's arms.

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  • I heard an infant baby crying, Brenda moaned as she too, began to cry.

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  • He propped her up, and she sagged against him, unable to keep from crying at the thought of one sworn to protect humanity nearly killing her!

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  • She pressed the meat of her hands to her eyes to keep from crying again.

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  • The kid began crying and she waited, ticking off her mental to-do list to see where she'd start.

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  • She got up and, almost crying, began to arrange her wallet.

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  • When Princess Mary began to cry, he understood that she was crying at the thought that little Nicholas would be left without a father.

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  • One time she was crying so when she went to the bathroom, I read it.

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  • Imagination could only go so far, though, and she ended up crying herself to sleep.

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  • She began crying again.

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  • My later proved to be several hours when I opened eyes to a crying wife, white covers, bright lights, stuff attached to me and lots of pain.

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  • "Come back to me, Jonny," she whispered, crying as she placed her hands on his face.

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  • I'll do my praying and crying alone.

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  • She sat in the bathroom and ran the shower to cover the sound of her crying, completely lost as to what to do.

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  • They sat a little while downstairs near his room till they had left off crying and were able to go to him with calm faces.

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  • Carmen could hear her crying all the way down the hall to the elevator.

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  • Destiny suddenly stopped crying and stared at the door.

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  • I could tell from Julie's voice, she was either crying of close to it.

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  • When Dean entered their bedroom, Cynthia was no longer crying, but furious.

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  • She'd rather fall asleep crying in her bed than on the beach.

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  • The images he placed in her mind were of her arching beneath him, crying out his name, while he drank from her.

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  • To her horror, she started a fresh bout of crying.

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  • The nurse knocked on the door and then came in carrying a crying Natalie.

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  • But she kept crying.

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  • Why are you crying?

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  • Julie began crying in earnest.

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  • She jumped toward the child, apparently crying out and evoking a threatening wave of the knife by Grasso.

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  • She started crying again.

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  • I don't know what to do with a crying woman, Han had typed.

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  • She dropped beside him, crying, shaking, terrified, and found he was unconscious.

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  • Destiny clung to her neck, coughing and crying in turns.

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  • His crying and shifting distracted her from the strange world around her and made her head pulse, as if he were trying to pry his way into her unwilling mind.

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  • He didn't remember the dream, but he saw that kiri was crying again.

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  • Deidre nodded, unable to think of a response that didn't involve crying or fleeing.

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  • Hopefully she wouldn't start crying for him again.

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  • His expression softened when he saw she had been crying.

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  • Oh, now don't start crying.

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  • Mrs. Marsh was no longer crying.

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  • She buried her face in his shoulder, hoping he wouldn't notice she was crying.

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  • Then why are you crying?

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  • I could hear she was crying.

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  • She navigated her way to her room before she started crying.

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  • He didn't know what she said, but she was holding out a hand to him, crying.

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  • He sensed the visions in her head, not surprised to see his own black memories playing on the screens on the back of her eyelids along with a dark nightmare of a man in a corner crying.

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  • They walked toward the house, reaching the patio before Traci started crying.

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  • He could tell from her muffled voice she was crying.

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  • He could tell she was crying.

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  • She seemed to be crying.

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  • There was a handkerchief pressed to her nose and he thought she was crying.

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  • Why was she crying?

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  • Though she didn't want to in front of him, Deidre started crying.

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  • His mate had been crying.

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  • By the time she finally fell asleep, both Carmen and Jonathan were crying.

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  • She felt the plush comfort of a bed beneath her and curled onto her side, unable to stop crying.

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  • Katie had been crying earlier.

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  • Hannah peeked from the bathroom door, her normally neat hair mussed and her eyes red from crying.

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  • Kiera's face skewed again as she started crying once more.

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  • Kiera's chest clenched as she began crying again.

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  • To date, nothing Evelyn had done was for anyone else's benefit but Evelyn's, a realization she'd come to when she'd stopped crying a few days ago.

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  • You were just belly-aching, crying poor-mouth that we were knee deep in a slow period.

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  • As Dean looked closer at Donnie, he could see he was crying.

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  • After some cooing on Cynthia's part, the crying subsided to sniffs and quiet sobs.

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  • While she wasn't crying, she was biting her lip against doing so, and kept blinking her reddened eyes.

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  • Dean noticed a marked change in Frannie's demeanor—she looked as if she might have been crying.

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  • While he possessed sufficient strength to pull away, he was fearful of hurting her, and even more so, of her crying out.

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  • When she looked up at him, she was crying.

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  • She was crying openly now.

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  • My sinuses are all plugged from crying.

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  • He knew she was crying, and every fiber of his being yearned to open the door and go to her.

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  • The three stood in an embrace, Sarah crying.

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  • She wrapped her arms around his neck and started crying again.

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  • More than an hour later she was pouring herself a cup of coffee and wondering if a person could get dehydrated from crying.

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  • Tim's Angel was crying.

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  • She felt like crying.

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  • Maybe when she stops crying every time you look at her, you can ask her.

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  • She was ready to break down crying and throw herself out of the helo in the hopes she didn't die when she hit the water.

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  • She took deep breaths to keep from crying.

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  • Lana rolled onto her side and listened, crying herself to sleep for a different reason this night.

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  • In Hell, Hannah had been crying since Toby started to tell her the truth.

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  • "Demon?" she echoed and burst into a new round of crying.

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  • The area was nearly empty except for crying gulls, a man running with his dog, and an elderly lady propped up in a half chair read­ing.

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  • He found me crying in the stairwell one day and just took my arm and hauled me down to this little restaurant on Walnut.

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  • He didn't even ask why I was crying.

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  • When Cynthia Byrne finally stopped crying, she wiped her eyes on the corner of the red blanket.

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  • But once back in bed, the complexities and the happenings of the day raised their heads like so many ghosts crying for attention in his tired brain.

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  • She looked as if she might start crying again.

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  • The baby woke and started crying, so Carmen warmed her bottle and sat down in the rocker to feed her.

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  • The infant stopped crying as soon as the bottle touched her lips, and started sucking the nipple.

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  • You can't imagine how frightened I was when I saw you on the barn floor, crying.

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  • For a long time she sat on the cot crying silently.

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  • Why are you crying, Carmen?

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  • I'm not surprised you're crying.

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  • She wouldn't look, but she knew he was crying.

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  • Crying wasn't going to help.

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  • He was crying again.

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  • She should be the one crying.

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  • Her eyes were bloodshot and her face swollen from crying.

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  • "I can't stop crying," she said, and then hiccoughed.

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  • I don't feel like crying.

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  • His eyes were red as if he'd been crying, and his clothing was streaked with blood.

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  • Jenn turned to leave, almost crying out in surprise.

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  • Darian couldn't help but pity her as well; her eyes were circled with black and puffy, as if she'd been crying recently.

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  • She gasped and dropped, crying out when the second arrow tore into her.

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  • Apparently the arrangement pleased Destiny because she stopped crying when Carmen left her.

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  • Crying isn't going to bring him back.

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  • She was through fretting and crying.

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  • Both of the twins were soon awake and crying.

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  • In no time they were crying for Alex again.

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  • Both twins were crying and destiny was pouting.

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  • Alondra stopped crying and stared at him, obviously considering that for the first time.

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  • The burning in her eyes had little to do with the creek water, and after such a cowardly display, she didn't want him to catch her crying.

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  • For crying out loud, Justin.

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  • Jessi was crying by the time she reached her cousin.

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  • Before she was able to stop herself, she was crying.

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  • John Aubrey, the antiquary, chronicles that the sisters of Sir John Suckling, the courtier-poet, once went to the bowling-green in Piccadilly, crying, "for fear he should lose all their portions."

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  • The members then trooped out, Cromwell crying after them, "It is you that have forced me to this; for I have sought the Lord night and day that He would rather slay me than put me upon the doing this work."

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  • The condition of the church seemed desperate, unless it could be purged of crying scandals of the subjection of the papacy to the great Roman nobles, of its subordination to the German emperor and of its internal demoralization.

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  • The rebels now handled their bows in a menacing fashion, but at the critical moment the young king with great presence of mind and courage spurred his horse into the open, crying, "Sirs, will you shoot your king?

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  • Already in the opening passage mysterious voices are heard crying, "Comfort ye, comfort ye my people"; the plural indicates that there were other prophets among the exiles besides the author of Isa.

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  • But he now resisted pain better, and, although more than once a promise to recant was extorted from him, he reasserted his innocence when unbound, crying out, "My God, I denied Thee for fear of pain."

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  • Its success contains at once a warning to those doubters who are always crying out that we have reached the limitations of knowledge, and an encouragement and stimulus to would-be explorers of new intellectual realms.

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  • The nobles who dominated the diet did nothing to remove the most crying evil of the country - the miserable state of the peasants, who had been freed from personal serfdom by Napoleon in 1807, but were being steadily driven from their holdings by the landlords.

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  • For this is he that vvas spoken of by Esay the Prophet, saying, A voyce of one crying in the desert, prepare ye the way of our Lord, make straight his pathes.

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  • At the beginning of that reign Malesherbes during his short ministry endeavoured to infuse some measure of justice into the system, and in March 1784 the baron de Breteuil, a minister of the king's household, addressed a circular to the intendants and the lieutenant of police with a view to preventing the crying abuses connected with the issue of lettres de cachet.

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  • Through the streets of Lichfield, on market day, he walked barefoot, crying, "Woe to the bloody city of Lichfield."

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  • During his reign crying abuses continued and grew in spite of certain reforms.

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  • An opera called La Muette, which abounds in appeals to liberty, was played, and the audience were so excited that they rushed out into the street crying, " Imitons les Parisiens !"

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  • For crying out "Woe unto thee, 0 land, when thy king is a child," he was imprisoned by the House of Commons, but he was soon released and went into exile.

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  • The shops were closed, and the unfortunate people assembled in great crowds, crying Y Latif!

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  • At the time he was as one crying in the wilderness to little practical purpose.

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  • Roused by these crying evils, a small band of earnest men formed themselves into an association for the improvement of prison discipline.

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  • For this purpose, the apartments of the Prophet and his wives were demolished, which at first caused much discontent in Medina, some crying out that thereby a verse of the Book of God (S.

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  • The crying need for reform and the introduction of a proper police was admitted by the government in 1829, when Sir Robert Peel laid the foundation of a better system.

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  • Both disliked and attacked the more crying abuses of their church, and both at the time and since have been disliked and attacked by the more imprudent partisans of that church.

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  • Unity was the crying need; and men began to fasten upon him the responsibility of the hateful schism, not on the score of insincerity - which would have been very unjust, - but by reason of his obstinate persistence in the course he had chosen.

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  • We have to scale the walls, open the windows, and explore the castle before crying out that it is so marvellous that it must contain ghosts.

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  • Probably the most crying need was that of priests to minister to the great city populations, at that time growing up with such rapidity, especially in Italy.

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  • Unable to stem the tide of popular passion, which was crying for the impeachment of Catargiu, Jepureanu resigned office, and Bratianu formed a new Liberal cabinet, destined to guide the country through many eventful years.

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  • As Commander Todd, in his report to the United States government, says: " The crying need of the Amazon valley is food for the people..

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  • The crying abuses of the old rgime, an insignificant factor at the outset, soon combined with the widespread agrarian distress, due to the unjust distribution of land, the disastrous exploitation of the soil, the actions of the government, and the severe winter of 1788.

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  • To make his life conform to that of Christ, his contemporaries say that he had himself circumcised, wrapped in swaddling clothes and laid in a cradle, and that he then, clad in a white robe and bare-footed, walked through the streets of Parma crying "Penitenz agite!"

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  • A while ago she woke up coughing and crying, and her fever was up.

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  • Oh for crying out loud, Mary.

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  • Otherwise, he'd be crying in my gin instead of her beer.

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  • Furious, he shoved himself up from the crying god and paced.

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  • She was crying, because his master was going to hurt her.

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  • The master's friend had heard her crying.

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  • These were happy images of shared exploits, battlefield victories, and tender moments crying on each other's shoulders as their world grew uglier.

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  • Dean noticed a marked change in Frannie's demeanor—she looked as if she might have been crying.

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  • Hannah was crying too hard to pay attention.  Ully led them into the antechamber, where Jared stood to one side with his arms crossed.  Toby crowded Ully, not liking the way the demon's eyes gleamed.

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  • There was a flag on every house, crackers going off, drums beating, singing and crying " Viva Pacheco " .

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  • bespectacled lady crying uncontrollably.

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  • bloodthirsty mob crying for Jesus ' blood.

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  • But first, surprisingly, he asked, " What er ya crying about, " in an Irish brogue.

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  • As soon as babies are born they make sounds - mainly crying but also burping and sneezing!

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  • It was rather chaotic, I just remember all this crying.

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  • coca cola for crying out loud!

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  • Or parents who feed their children a diet of junk food - 2 year olds drinking coca cola for crying out loud!

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  • You'd catch a cold for crying out loud.

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  • By and by her daughter became convalescent, and was crying continually for some grapes, tho it was winter.

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  • I found the crevice tenanted by a colony of Shags, whose young ones were crying lustily for more fresh fish.

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  • Where is the leader of men who will preach a new crusade against the crying evil of our times?

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  • crying shame.

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  • crying tears of laughter.

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  • crying in the wilderness.

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  • crying aloud for mercy.

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  • Understand what crying means crying means Crying is considered to be one of the key ways in which babies communicate.

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  • Increased tearfulness crying serves a very useful purpose stress hormones are released through tears.

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  • Newborn and young babies crying is the only means of communication for young babies.

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  • colic crying due to colic is often more high pitched than usual crying.

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  • In 1993 he was awarded the OBE, and also published his autobiography crying With Laughter.

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  • comment â crying down to Rio, by Vernon Soare Brazilâs 1994 Earth Summit singled out local partnerships as the way to improve sustainability.

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  • drums beating, singing and crying " Viva Pacheco " .

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  • Don't feel embarrassed about crying as it helps when you release these intense emotions.

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  • Britney Spears pops a false eyelash on the Today show crying about how badly the press treats her.

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  • He has a bad habit of eating finger foods and often biting his fingers and then crying.

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  • In the right foreground a mother has to clean her crying child.

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  • frigging horror movie, for crying out loud!

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  • giggletions go from giggling helplessly to being stunned or even crying!

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  • The baby shower hostess tells them their babies are crying.

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  • And all the army and all God's people saw the sacred ikon crying.

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  • The crying of Sunday newspapers had become an absolutely intolerable nuisance in the smaller streets of the boro.

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  • People who can relate to my crying jags, my lashing out at those I love.

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  • You may feel miserable, like crying, or you may go off your food.

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  • These isolated babies hear nothing but the crying of other newborns.

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  • Could this be the midfield playmaker Wales are crying out for?

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  • plethora of literature crying for standardization.

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  • Sadly, the mix on both is pretty lightweight, crying out for a Manchester sized bass riff to hang its coat on.

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  • Handcuffed hippies were led away, crying children separated from their parents, lost dogs and vehicles abandoned by the roadside.

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  • His mother and mine, with others, were crying, and all seemed very sad.

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  • It seemed a crying shame to allow the material covered herein to remain unchecked for much longer.

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  • sitting in a chair indoors by the hob, & my mother crying over me.

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  • Night after night I lay sleepless in my bed crying to God to have mercy upon me.

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  • stimulateg Crying Physical activity, games, intellectually stimulating play, etc, .

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  • He led me further into the woods and nearly strangled me and when I came to he was crying.

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  • Thus if there is a post-hypnotic suggestion to rush about crying " Fire!

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  • At least I remember I retorted hotly, crying out upon childish superstitions.

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  • surrendering possession like nobodies business; this was a match that was crying out for the passing ability of Langley.

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  • She burst out laughing, crying tears of laughter.

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  • There were people crying out to God to kill them because the pain was so unbearable.

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  • whinealso expect a mature game, no whining, crying ect.

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  • But the appeal of the king was like the voice of one crying in the wilderness, and not one gentleman in a hundred hastened to the assistance of the fatherland.

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  • Thus, the Koreans go far beyond the Eskimo and number their demons by thousands of billions; they fill the chimney, the shed, the living-room, the kitchen, they are on every shelf and jar; in thousands they waylay the traveller as he leaves his home, beside him, behind him, dancing in front of him, whirring over his head, crying out upon him from air, earth and water.

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  • A renovation of the Gallican Church was not the least crying need; and, in view of the confusion of rites (Gallican, Gothic, Roman, Ambrosian) in the Frankish empire, Charlemagne recognized that this innovation could only be effectually carried out by a closer connexion with Rome in ritual as in other matters.

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  • About his paper, the incarnation of himself, the first thing to be said is that the man always meant what he said; no poverty, no misery or persecution, could keep him quiet; he was perpetually crying, "Nous sommes trahis."

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  • The ancient etymology associated it with &7r&Tfl (deceit), a legend existing that the festival originated in iioo B.C. in commemoration of a single combat between a certain Melanthus, representing King Thymoetes of Attica, and King Xanthus of Boeotia, in which Melanthus successfully threw his adversary off his guard by crying that a man in a black goat's skin (identified with Dionysus) was helping him (Schol.

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  • Et inde missa,' quia sacramentis altaris interesse non possunt, qui nondum regenerati sunt" ("The missa is at the time of the sacrifice, when the catechumens are sent out, the deacon crying, ` If any catechumen remain, let him go forth.'" Hence missa, because those who are as yet unregenerate - i.e.

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  • i-18); ascribing all her woes to Yahweh's righteous wrath, provoked by her sins, and crying for vengeance on the malicious rivals who had rejoiced at her overthrow.

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  • Sonya did not pull it away, and left off crying.

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  • The countess was crying.

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  • "Why are you crying, Mamma?" asked Vera.

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  • Nicholas and his attendant, with "Uncle" and his huntsman, were all riding round the wolf, crying "ulyulyu!" shouting and preparing to dismount each moment that the wolf crouched back, and starting forward again every time she shook herself and moved toward the wood where she would be safe.

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  • From the host's room came the sounds of a child crying, the despairing sobs of a woman, and the hoarse angry shouting of Ferapontov.

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  • Mademoiselle Bourienne at once began crying again and kissed that hand, speaking of the princess' sorrow and making herself a partner in it.

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  • Sounds of crying and screaming came from somewhere in the distance outside, and flames were visible through the cracks of the shed, but inside it was quiet and dark.

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  • When little Nicholas was brought into Prince Andrew's room he looked at his father with frightened eyes, but did not cry, because no one else was crying.

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  • There, now he's crying.

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  • Your dog may show signs of distress by whining, crying, retching, vomiting, gasping for air or restlessness.

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  • Anthony Vickers ' Blog England exit is crying shame - It 's the most sickening sight in football.

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  • The next thing I knew was sitting in a chair indoors by the hob, & my mother crying over me.

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  • I 've never been a believer in crying over spilled milk.

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  • Sleeping Crying Physical activity, games, intellectually stimulating play, etc, .

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  • Thus if there is a post-hypnotic suggestion to rush about crying Fire !

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  • Bircham was surrendering possession like nobodies business; this was a match that was crying out for the passing ability of Langley.

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  • We also expect a mature game, no whining, crying ect.

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  • The crying need has to be for an immediate, total, and unconditional Israeli withdrawal, and recognition of an independent Palestinian state.

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  • Crying is a great catharsis for releasing pain and anger.

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  • For instance, healthcare is a field crying out for innovative solutions to a range of complex problems, and myriad opportunities exist for startups.

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  • However, excessive crying, colicky behavior, and a baby that refuses to sleep are behaviors which should be addressed immediately with your doctor.

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  • Infants have no other way to communicate their pain or needs other than by crying, and a baby that cries excessively in lieu of sleep should be investigated for a medical condition.

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  • Your pleasant baby, who has slept through the night since she was three months old, has now turned into a crying, nocturnal toddler!

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  • If you rock or nurse your child to sleep, but he awakens later in the night crying for you, you need to begin placing him in his bed while he is drowsy but still awake.

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  • Although your toddler may have slept through the night for several months, he may now be waking at night and crying for you.

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  • If your child is crying for you, do your best to reassure and comfort him, and let someone else do some of the work.

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  • If you are worried about your animal's reaction to a baby crying, you could play tape recordings of baby's cries several weeks in advance of your baby's birth.

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  • However, if an infant wakes up crying and is hungry, it is best to feed your baby before trying to soothe your baby back to sleep.

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  • If your baby wakes up and is crying for food, take care of that need and then your baby will have a more restful, peaceful night.

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  • When the monitor receiver is being used in voice activation mode, it only triggers to on when crying or voices are detected.

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  • Even if you child doesn't like his bath and ends up crying, this will make a precious picture.

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  • Some parents found it helpful to play recordings of an infant crying, to familiarize their pets with the sound.

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  • This is not to say you should neglect your crying baby in fear of becoming an overprotecting parent.

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  • You shouldn't continue to force feed her after she gives you these cues, such as turning her head away, refusing to open her mouth, or crying.

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  • If he begins crying in earnest, then speak calmly to him and maybe pat him or stroke him.

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  • Full-fledged tantrums often involve a child throwing herself on the floor, screaming, crying, and maybe even holding her breath until she turns blue.

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  • The more comfortable the baby is, the less crying you'll have to endure!

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  • I have four cats, one of which starts crying very loudly and then drags something around.

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  • Seems like she's attracted to items that would definitely hold a human scent, and her crying may be connected to heat behavior.

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  • A new baby can throw your regular routine right out the window with night feedings, colic and crying.

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  • Get a friend with children to make you a CD of baby noises like crying, screaming, laughing and gurgling.

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  • The sound of a Siamese cat often sounds like a baby crying.

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  • The best approach for worried parents is to pay attention to the baby's needs and watch for excessive crying, unusual stomach upset or marked changes in sleep patterns.

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  • The most worrisome issues exhibited by school age kids may include intense grief and crying, feeling rejected, violent acting out, excessive anger, sleep or eating disturbances and random physical symptoms like an upset tummy or headache.

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  • Colic in babies, which is characterized by unexplained crying for extended periods of time, may be associated with gastrointestinal problems.

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  • You've got the budget covered and room (or a whole house) just crying out for a redesign, but you just can't settle on a single idea to get the whole project moving in the right direction.

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  • If you haven't been surfing the online boutiques and following up on her latest designs, then these quizzes will have you crying into last September's Bazaar.

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  • Crying when you feel overwhelmed is not for sissies.

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  • Whenever something the least bit stressful happens, you start crying.

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  • It's important to release tension in a proactive way through crying, yelling in a private room into a pillow or if no one is around out loud, or talking to someone you trust.

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  • I know I shouldn't be happy since you know two people broke up but I'm happy because it didn't last long enough to have anyone crying and HE BROKE UP W/ HER!!!

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  • Dear Alexus: You are crying way too much for such a young age.

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  • Arguing, crying, or yelling at the bully is typically not a good idea.

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  • You want to be crying from joy on your wedding day, not because the flowers are making your eyes water!

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  • But if you find yourself crying as you read a particular passage, that's probably the one you want to go with.

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  • The final three weeks I literally drank around the clock, crying all the time and I had no idea why.

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  • Crying on the outside and dying on the inside.

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  • A depressed teen will not be able to put on a happy face to please others and may have uncontrollable crying.

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  • Success would come again, though, in 1992, when Boy George had a hit with his version of the song The Crying Game, which was from the soundtrack of the successful movie of the same name.

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  • Coulter doesn't sound so ready to make nice though as she's been crying about her bumped NBC appearance on her website.

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  • Shortly after her death, West broke down crying during a performance of "Hey, Mama."

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  • Molly came on stage and had to watch herself being dumped by Jason all over again and then watch his gut wrenching crying after she left.

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  • She's a representative of California for crying out loud!

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  • If every star in Hollywood filed a lawsuit because someone started a rumor about them, well, then, the film industry would cease to exist because everyone would be too busy in court crying to a judge that someone was mean to them.

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  • Little girls do not tolerate hot and sweaty feet well, so save yourself an afternoon of whining and crying by purchasing something comfortable.

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  • The whining and crying bark is to get your attention: "Hey, look at me!

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  • It is acceptable to put the crate in your bedroom If you want to soothe her with your presence, but be prepared for what could be a long night of crying and whining.

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  • There are thousands of charities and civic organizations crying out for helping hands, people with valued experience and time to make changes happen.

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  • You also have to keep an eye on the Family table since if the group starts to get impatient, the baby will start crying again.

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  • Besides the puzzles that aren't usually very hard to figure out, the involving storyline keeps you awake crying for mommy in the middle of the afternoon.

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  • When the doll was placed on its stomach it made a crying sound.

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  • Progression is marked by a tensing of the muscles, arching, fever, seizures, and high-pitched crying.

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  • Symptoms of nursemaid's elbow include immediate pain in the injured arm, refusal or inability to move the injured arm, creating a condition called pseudo-paralysis, persistent crying, refusal to play, and anxiety.

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  • Sometimes there is a short period of crying for a minute or two after the release.

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  • Anxiety, demonstrated by crying, clinging, and turning away from the stranger, is revealed when separation occurs.

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  • Stridor is fairly common with a mild case of croup, especially if the child is active or crying.

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  • Signs include dry lips, the absence of tears when crying, a sinking soft spot on an infant's head, and no urination in eight hours or very dark urine.

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  • A crying child with fever may have pain associated with a specific condition and should be seen by the pediatrician as soon as possible.

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  • Constant crying with back arching usually accompanies the frequent vomiting.

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  • It does fill up the child on a smaller amount of food and can also make the baby sleep and thus stop crying.

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  • It is the extreme end of normal crying behavior.

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  • Almost all babies go through a fussy period, but when crying lasts longer than about three hours a day and is not caused by a specific medical problem, it is considered colic.

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  • The inconsolable crying begins suddenly; the legs may be drawn up, and the belly distended.

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  • Some babies continue crying for longer than three hours.

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  • Should the behavior pattern of crying suddenly change and be associated with fever, vomiting, diarrhea, or other abnormal symptoms, parents should call the doctor immediately.

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  • If the physical exam demonstrates nothing else is wrong, the pediatrician may diagnose colic by the parent's description of the crying.

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  • It is natural for parents to be concerned when a baby cries, and their concern only heightens if it seems they can do nothing to stop the crying.

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  • See also Crying and fussing in an infant.

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  • At about eight months, babies begin to react by crying and fussing whenever their primary caregiver leaves the room.

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  • Bedtimes may become a struggle, with the child refusing care from all but the primary caregiver and crying, fussing, and calling the caregiver when it is time to go to sleep.

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  • This inability to project beyond what is immediately visible, coupled with the newly formed attachment to the caregiver, causes distress that is usually expressed by crying.

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  • Grimace: No response to stimuli = 0; some response, a slight cry or grimace = 1; active response, coughing, sneezing, or vigorously crying = 2.

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  • Respiration: No breathing, apnea = 0; slow and irregular respiration = 1; good regular respiration, especially accompanied by crying = 2.

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  • Infants who undergo circumcision may be fussy for some hours afterward, so parents should be prepared for crying, feeding problems, and sleep problems.

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  • Very often, these children show signs of anxiety, such as difficulty separating from parents, moodiness, clinging behavior, inflexibility, sleep problems, frequent tantrums and crying, and extreme shyness starting in infancy.

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  • After the injection, parents can give the child immediate comfort to control crying and then leave the treatment room.

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  • In a cyanotic BHS the long exhalation following crying causes breathing to stop.

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  • A child over the age of two with daily spells may have learned that intense crying or a temper tantrum can trigger a spell.

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  • Sleep terror disorder is a parasomnia in which the child awakens screaming or crying.

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  • Reactions include irritability, increased crying, fearfulness, separation anxiety, and sleep problems.

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  • Problems to watch for include trouble sleeping, crying, aggression, deep anger and resentment, feelings of betrayal, difficulty concentrating, chronic fatigue, and problems with friends or at school.

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  • The trigger may be normal child behavior such as crying or dirtying a diaper.

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  • The shaking may occur as a response of frustration to the baby's inconsolable crying or as an action of routine abuse.

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  • When the frustration from an incessantly crying baby becomes too much, caregivers should have a strategy for coping that does not harm the baby.

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  • A warm bottle, a dry diaper, soft music, a bath, or a ride in a swing, stroller, or car may be offered to soothe a crying child.

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  • Crying may also indicate pain or illness, such as from abdominal cramps or an earache.

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  • If the crying persists, the child should be seen by a physician.

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  • Observed behaviors in infants trying to express their anger or frustration usually include patently angry-sounding crying, kicking hands and feet, and possibly even trying to strike out.

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  • Infants typically pull up their legs and cry in pain, then stop crying suddenly.

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  • They may behave normally for as long as 15-30 minutes between episodes, only to start crying again when the next cramp begins.

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  • A classic symptom is passage of "current jelly stool" (i.e. blood) by infants after a crying fit during intussusception.

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  • If pain and crying occur every 15 or 30 minutes, it is critical to see the pediatrician or go to the emergency room so that early diagnosis can be made and treatment begun.

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  • A tantrum is an episode of extreme anger and frustration characterized by crying, screaming, and violent body motions, including throwing things, falling to the floor, and banging one's head, hands, and feet against the floor.

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  • It will usually appear after straining or crying and then disappear after a period of time.

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  • If the hernia has incarcerated, the infant will be in obvious pain, appearing fussy, crying, and refusing to eat.

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  • The development of language in infants follows this progression: crying, babbling, cooing, single words (mama and daddy), and simple names of some objects.

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  • Crying, daydreaming, and problems with friends and in school are common abandonment behaviors in children of this age.

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  • Although crying is a child's primary means of communication at birth, language immediately begins to develop via repetition and imitation.

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  • Fear symptoms in infants are primarily crying, stiffening, and sometimes shaking.

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  • Fear symptoms in toddlers include crying and avoidance of the feared person or object.

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  • Month two: smiles; tracks objects with eyes; makes noises other than crying; may make sounds that resemble vowels, as "ah" or "ooh."

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  • These symptoms usually occur during heightened activity, such as crying.

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  • The child's energy goes into sucking on a pacifier rather than crying.

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  • The pacifier may signal to a baby that crying is unacceptable even though crying is one of a baby's few means of communication.

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  • There are numerous ways to console a crying baby other than using a pacifier.

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  • During at least the first six months of life, crying should always be responded to promptly.

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  • For older children, research has shown that preparing ahead can reduce crying or resisting the test.

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  • Crying is a normal response to the strange environment, unfamiliar people, restraints, and separation from the parent.

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  • Behavioral symptoms include temper tantrums, crying, angry outbursts, and threats to hurt themselves (self-mutilation).

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  • The paroxysms (spasms) can be induced by over activity, feeding, crying, or even overhearing someone else cough.

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  • Crying or even laughing may bring on an attack.

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  • This concentration of immature blood vessels is most visible when the baby is crying.

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  • When infants are exposed to variations in the sights and sounds in their environment, some become aroused and demonstrate this arousal by moving their arms and legs and fretting or crying.

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  • Crying is important for babies; it is the baby's first way of communicating and an important way to release tension.

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  • Constant crying, though, can be a symptom of colic or a sign that something else is wrong.

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  • Crying in infants is a normal, healthy means of expression and communication.

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  • A new mother can distinguish her infant's crying from that of other babies within three days, and some fathers can make this distinction as well.

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  • An infant's crying patterns and ability to be comforted are important indicators of temperament, both in infancy and even in later years.

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  • The most common way to comfort a crying infant is to hold him or her close to the chest.

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  • Some infants are hypersensitive to stimuli, and their crying will get worse if they receive any more than a minimum of comforting, such as parental holding or cuddling.

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  • Another cause of excessive crying is hypersensitivity.

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  • Hypersensitive infants cry in response to new experiences that do not normally upset other babies; ordinary comforting measures, such as holding, rocking, feeding, or swaddling do not work and may even make the crying worse.

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  • Some children get into the habit of excessive crying as a way of demanding parental attention.

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  • Many new parents are not prepared for the amount of time a newborn spends crying.

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  • The most typical time for fussy times is between 6 p.m. and 11 p.m., often when parents are tired and less able to tolerate crying.

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  • A common cause of persistent crying in infants is colic, which is caused by gastrointestinal distress.

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  • Among the most common physical reasons for excessive crying are earaches, viral illnesses, and other causes of low-grade fever.

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  • Medical attention may be necessary if an infant is crying more than usual or if the cries themselves sound different, for example, the cries are weaker or more high-pitched than usual.

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  • Discomfort: If babies are uncomfortable, too wet, too hot, or too cold, they will squirm or arch their back when crying, as they try to get away from the source of discomfort.

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  • Pain: A sudden shrill cry followed by a brief silence and then more crying communicates pain.

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  • Loneliness: Babies who fall asleep feeding and are placed in a crib may wake soon afterwards crying.

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  • There are many times when parents cannot tell why their baby is crying.

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  • No matter the reason for the baby's crying, holding offers security and may calm the baby.

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  • If the baby's behavior or crying pattern changes suddenly or if the crying is associated with fever, forceful vomiting, diarrhea, bloody stools, or other abnormal spasms or symptoms, call the doctor immediately.

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  • Comforting Your Crying Baby: Why Your Baby Is Crying and What You Can Do about It.

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  • Why My Baby Is Crying: The Parent's Survival Guide to Copying with Crying Problems and Colic.

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  • Crying, Caregiving, and Connection: An Attachment Perspective.

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  • Parents can tell what babies need by the loudness and pitch of crying and the flailing of arms and legs.

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  • Crying is an infant's defense, the way to communicate feelings and needs.

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  • Other babies may exhibit confusing patterns such as crying unexpectedly after being held or displaying odd, dazed expressions.

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  • These behaviors include crying, searching, grasping, following, smiling, reaching, and vocalizing.

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  • You may find that you're crying over small things, feeling frightened or irritable, or losing your temper more than usual.

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  • Crying is not allowed - you'll ruin the makeup and will probably be out of the business.

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  • Parents use teddy bears to comfort their crying or upset children, or as gifts for Christmas and birthdays.

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  • When the doll is finished eating, she will start kicking and crying, signifying that she needs her diaper changed.

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  • Your children won't be running to you crying with a splinter or worse, rust, stuck under their skin, because this playground is made of durable plastic.

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  • I've had women call me crying, my husband is here, what should I do?

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  • But finally I came to my senses, stopped crying and begging him to come back.

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  • No phone call when he knew I was crying and upset... and then he sleeps over this girl's apartment?

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  • When a female has a bad day, she will usually want to talk about it and sometimes shows her frustrations through crying.

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  • Society teaches men crying is not manly so men will channel their anger through sports, exercise, or other physical activities.

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  • Rather than listening to whining and crying, many times children are placed in front of the television.

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  • When a baby is crying, it could be for a number of reasons, none of which he has the language skills to communicate to you.

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  • Permissive parents often feel as if they "have to" give in to avoid crying or a temper tantrum.

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  • Lucas is crying all the way to the bank if you didn't like his picture because it was the number one box office draw for the year.

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  • Horror fans and video game fans will likely flock to this one from Tri-Star and director David Gans (Necronomicon, Crying Freeman).

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  • Crying Ladies (2003)-A comedy about three professional mourners searching for more lucrative money opportunities in Manila's Chinatown.

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  • Texas won its independence on April 21, 1836 when Texans crying "Remember the Alamo!" overpowered Mexican invaders.