CRY


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AcronymDefinition
CRYCare and Relief for the Young (UK charity)
CRYCommunity Resources for Youth (Washington County, PA)
CRYCryogenics
CRYChild Relief and You
CRYCentre de Ressources Yvelinois (French resource center)
CRYCardiac Risk in the Young (Surrey, UK)
CRYChild Rights and You (UK)
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CARA MACMILLAN and REBECCA ZOUVANI, CRY fundraising team Email: events@c-r-y.
Crying is normal for a baby, but excessive inconsolable cry or not crying at all can be a sign of sick newborn.
I stayed strong until it was okay for me to cry, and then I cried.
I just started to shake and cry - I couldn't believe it.
Grandparents will tell you that it is healthy to let a baby cry, and how continually responding to cries will habituate a baby to being picked up.
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.
I asked students of the University of Findlay both what they would do as a tutor if one of their students began to cry during the session, and what they would like to have done if they were the crying student.
Bush presents Cry of the Goshawk, a novel for young adults about a young man's coming of age.
Arellano said he picked Jonny up and tapped him on the back ``because I wanted him to be quiet so he won't cry no more.
These books testify that the life of faith is not for the fainthearted or for those who want only to live in the sunshine of such a psalm as Psalm 34, which proclaims: "When the righteous cry for help, the LORD hears, and rescues them from all their troubles.
The Calm Baby Cookbook was published to help new mothers who are having difficulty calming their babies when the infants continue to cry on a long-term basis.