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  • 1child — n. 1) to adopt; bear, give birth to, have a child (she had four children) 2) to carry a child (a mother carries a child for nine months) 3) to beget; conceive a child 4) to bring up, raise, rear a child 5) to feed; nurse; wean a child 6) to… …

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  • 2sensitive — sen|si|tive W3S3 [ˈsensıtıv] adj ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(understanding people)¦ 2¦(easily offended)¦ 3¦(easily affected)¦ 4¦(situation/subject)¦ 5¦(reacting to changes)¦ 6¦(art/music etc)¦ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: sensitif, from… …

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  • 3sensitive */*/*/ — UK [ˈsensətɪv] / US adjective Collocations: Sensible describes the reasonable way in which you think about things or do things: a sensible suggestion ♦ It wouldn t be sensible to start all over again now. Sensitive describes the emotional way in… …

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  • 4Sensitive periods — is a term coined by the Dutch geneticist Hugo de Vries and adopted by the Italian educator Maria Montessori to refer to important periods of childhood development. Montessori believed that every human being goes through a series of quantum leaps… …

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  • 5Child-resistant packaging — or C R packaging is special packaging used to reduce the risk of children ingesting dangerous items. This is often accomplished by the use of a special safety cap. It is required by regulation for prescription drugs, over the counter… …

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  • 6Child development — For other uses, see Child development (disambiguation). Exploring Child development refers to the biological and psychological and emotional changes that occur in human beings between birth and the end of adolescence, as the individual progresses …

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  • 7sensitive — [[t]se̱nsɪtɪv[/t]] ♦♦♦ 1) ADJ GRADED: oft ADJ to n (approval) If you are sensitive to other people s needs, problems, or feelings, you show understanding and awareness of them. The classroom teacher must be sensitive to a child s needs... He was… …

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  • 8sensitive — 01. She s so [sensitive] that she always cries at a sad movie. 02. I m very [sensitive] to the cold, so I think I d better put on a sweater. 03. He should have been a little more [sensitive] to his girlfriend s feelings. 04. Researchers have… …

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  • 9Child poverty — A boy from an East Cipinang trash dump slum in Jakarta, Indonesia shows his find. Child poverty refers to the phenomenon of children living in poverty. This applies to children that come from poor families or orphans being raised with limited, or …

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  • 10Child development stages — See also: Parenting and Family Child development stages describe theoretical milestones of child development. Many stage models of development have been proposed, used as working concepts and in some cases asserted as nativist theories. This …

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  • 112007 UK child benefit data scandal — The 2007 UK child benefit data scandal was a data breach incident in October 2007, when two computer discs owned by Her Majesty s Revenue and Customs containing data relating to child benefit went missing. The incident was announced by the… …

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  • 12Highly sensitive person — A highly sensitive person (HSP) is a person having the innate trait of high sensitivity (or innate sensitiveness as Carl Gustav Jung originally coined it). According to Elaine N. Aron and colleagues as well as other researchers, highly sensitive… …

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  • 13sensible - sensitive — ◊ sensible A sensible person makes good decisions and judgements based on reason rather than emotion. She considered they were sufficiently sensible and trustworthy to go into the village. ◊ sensitive Sensitive has two meanings. A sensitive… …

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  • 14Behavior analysis of child development — Child development in behavior analytic theory has origins in John B. Watson s behaviorism.[1] Watson wrote extensively on child development and conducted research (see Little Albert experiment). Watson was instrumental in the modification of… …

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  • 15gifted child — Child naturally endowed with a high degree of general mental ability or extraordinary ability in a specific domain. Although the designation of giftedness is largely a matter of administrative convenience, the best indications of giftedness are… …

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  • 16Gluten-sensitive idiopathic neuropathies — Diagnosis of gluten sensitive neuropathies without a clear cause is on the rise. These idiopathic neuropathies were first identified by screening for anti gliadin IgG (AGA).cite journal | author = Hadjivassiliou M, Gibson A, Davies Jones GA, Lobo …

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  • 17Mister Sensitive — Cover to X Force #117 Mike Allred, artist Publication information Publisher Marvel Comics …

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  • 18parent-child relationships — Traditionally, fathers have believed that their role, as a counterpoint to the role of mothers was decidedly not to encourage or tolerate emotional indulgence and promote dependency. They assumed instead the role of stern disciplinarian (Fei… …

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  • 19Quick with child — Quick Quick, a. [Compar. {Quicker}; superl. {Quickest}.] [As. cwic, cwicu, cwucu, cucu, living; akin to OS. quik, D. kwik, OHG. quec, chec, G. keck bold, lively, Icel. kvikr living, Goth. qius, Lith. q[=y]vas, Russ. zhivoi, L. vivus living,… …

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  • 20one-child policy — The government formally introduced the policy in 1980 in order to reduce population growth and has pushed it vigorously since then. With slight modifications, the policy remains in force as the twenty first century dawns. The censuses of 1982,… …

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