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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But there's something else going on underneath this relation between our cities' sorrows and the ability to cry.
When describing the antagonist, Hay compared him to classic Far Cry bad guys of the past.
Babies are already very different in how much they cry in the first weeks of life," said Dieter Wolker, who led the study at Warwick University.
It's natural for parents to worry about having their babies cry at bedtime," says Gradisar.
All babies will experience inconsolable crying at some point, but not all babies cry the same amount.
The most common reason that makes a baby cry is hunger.
From this evidence, a clear prediction emerges that the over-modulation of serotonergic pathways would induce the inability to cry in some patients.
Since Robert's death, the Lancaster family has worked tirelessly to support CRY, and James is now a Trustee of the charity.
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Infants cry when they feel discomfort or when they are angry, sad or afraid.
WITH two beautiful children, a loving husband, a Hollywood career and great looks, you wouldn't think Gwyneth Paltrow had much to cry about.
Regarding the kinds of stimuli that make people cry, there are strong emotional situations, like death and romantic breakups, but these situations are rather uncommon.