Noun(1) someone who tries to bring peace(2) anything that serves to pacify(3) device used for an infant to suck or bite on
(1) Thumb-sucking has a major advantage over a pacifier, in that when the child enters an episode of activity, playing or moving about, the thumb will invariably be removed from the mouth; a pacifier tends to remain in position.(2) Instead of the usual two hour mental pacifier , can a DVD serve higher purposes such as education, thought, and examination of the human condition?(3) Many parents don't like the idea of their babies using a pacifier or dummy but give them one anyway just to get some peace, believing that pacifiers are essentially harmless.(4) Holding or rocking the baby and offering a pacifier might help.(5) Sugar's siren call can even block out pain - pediatricians have shown that newborns who have injections or blood drawn don't mind the needle as much when also given a sugar-coated pacifier to suck.(6) Once, when Beloved wakes, Denver has sweet bread that she gives to her, and at this point, sugar becomes a pacifier for Beloved, in the same way sweets soothe a child.(7) As they went to examine the young patient together, PO immediately noticed that the baby was drooling and fussing as the mother tried to comfort him with a pacifier .(8) Olivia can also sit up, roll over, giggle, shriek, hold her own bottle, and put her own pacifier in her mouth.(9) This story is about the rise and the fall of the three unifier and pacifier of Japan towards the end of the 16th century after generations of feudal wars of powerful local rulers.(10) Never tie any strings around your baby's neck, even to hold a pacifier .(11) A man passed her, then a woman with a baby carriage, the baby inside waving a pacifier .(12) But his old rival, Tokugawa Ieyasu, proved stronger and became the third and last pacifier of Japan and the first Shogun of the Tokugawa family.(13) They were my pacifier - my teddy on a stormy night.(14) The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends babies use a pacifier at bed time.(15) The use of oral sucrose, with or without pacifiers , has been shown to relieve pain in neonates, as assessed by physiologic and behavioral pain indicators and pain scores.(16) Because of the interference that often happens in the hospitals (giving pacifiers and formula), many women get home with a newborn who has been imprinted to nurse incorrectly.
(1) pacifier :: pacifier
1. comforter ::
2. teething ring ::
3. baby's dummy ::
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