How To Use Wean In A Sentence

  • Pearce , a Zimbabwean architect living in Melbourne, has been inspired by the humble termite.
  • So asking them to use mild soaps and weaning them away from perfumes and deodorants is our primary task,’ he said.
  • Some women will wean off gradually by dropping feeds and reducing feed times over a period of weeks. Times, Sunday Times
  • Presently, piglet early weaning diarrhea is a knotty disease in most pig farm.
  • She's not, you know, weaned from her mama yet, and she's not even eating food yet.
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  • Some people wean themselves off meat and fish by allowing themselves meat or fish once a month. The Family Nutrition Workbook
  • The other payback is the obvious reduction in weaning stress experienced by calves already eating creep.
  • Patients were screened daily using published guidelines for ability to wean from the mechanical ventilator.
  • On Friday we returned from a short break in the Lake District to find an email from a farm in Dumfries which has Tamworth weaners available.
  • Two researchers specializing in the psychology of health say they've found a more productive way to wean sun worshipers from catching some rays.
  • The police stop every lory heading out towards this forest and "fine" (or bribe, really) every Zimbabwean without papers about 5 dollars on-the-spot. Chimoio to Penha Longa and back: 3 days
  • Life events can be developmental in nature: weaning, toilet training and puberty are examples that characterise all people's lives.
  • And, it being too visibly absurd to hold that pain or pleasure can be in an unperceiving substance, men are more easily weaned from believing the external existence of the Secondary than the Primary Qualities. Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous
  • No adverse effects on mating, fertility, pregnancy, parturition, lactation, embryo-fetal or pre- and postweaning development were observed. US FDA Approves New Indication for Merck's HPV Vaccine, GARDASIL® - Yahoo! Finance
  • In the short term, if anyone is looking for weaners, we know of a breeder in Biggar who has piglets available which were born last weekend.
  • For example, I have never felt more a part of a ‘real community’ than when I've taken my wheezing, spluttering wean up to Yorkhill Hospital in Glasgow of a stormy evening.
  • We may be coming to a situation where whole families, grandparents, parents and weans are all users.
  • We may be coming to a situation where whole families, grandparents, parents and weans are all users.
  • There remained various issues that lay beneath the smiles of the newly named Zimbabweans, unsettled problems that were left to fester deep in the hearts of many in the country.
  • Do you think me foolish as a babe unweaned, not to know this? Tran Siberian
  • Accepting that the barbarians had come to stay, he spent his years in St Peter's chair sending missionaries to convert them to Christianity or where necessary wean them off the Arian heresy.
  • Earlier this year, the Zimbabwean government claimed it would be harvesting a bumper maize crop of 2.4 million tons.
  • The lady was blue, and in great pain from cramp, and the poor unweaned infant was roaring for the nourishment which had failed. A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains
  • Scattered between the sleeping cats were several cubs of varying ages and both sexes from small unweaned kittens to half-grown yearlings.
  • I weant say that I's fain to see you, but I've no call to threap wi 'waller-lads. Tales of the Ridings
  • Defence lobbyists such as the Conference of Defence Associations -- largely composed of reserve and retired officers -- were dismissed as special-interest grumblers or as corporatist interests unweaned from the public udder. National Defence: A Little Common Sense
  • The animal should be unweaned, and thus with a high ability to digest milk, and abundant rennin.
  • The Mozambiquans second language is Portuguese, and the Zimbabweans (who know English) can only speak to locals here in Shona. Chimoio to Penha Longa and back: 3 days
  • Japan has tried to wean itself away from expensive and sometimes unreliable imported oil by going nuclear. Times, Sunday Times
  • Eicher is also finding that acquainting young, pregnant cows with milking parlors and milking before their first births reduces stress when they're milked after their calves are weaned.
  • Jenny had to look on helplessly as her tiny son was weaned off the effects of heroin.
  • According to Van Putten early weaned calves will suck anything that resembles a teat.
  • During quality assessment, 233 references were excluded because they failed to report design features that limit the introduction of bias or were conducted in a non-target population such as gnotobiotic, neonatal, nursery, or recently weaned pigs and sows. ThePigSite - Industry News
  • Of the 169 litters born during the study period, 73 failed to produce any offspring to weaning.
  • Many are afraid that if they lose their job, they fall prey to all of the ravaging forces in Zimbabwean society — they join the 70-80 percent of the country that's unemployed, waiting in bank queues, trying to somehow scrounge up food. Life in Mugabe-ville
  • It arouses dim memories of that tragic time when the flow of milk ceased for the child, when he was weaned.
  • At 44 I have at last weaned myself from milk and must admit I have heaps more energy, and am taking a calcium supplement to ensure my body receives it in a regular absorbable manner.
  • Already the Zimbabwean and Mozambican sister organizations have been doing well and expanding.
  • The Montreal native was weaned on hip hop, living and breathing beats and rhymes through his teen years, a devotion that paid off when, as a 17-year-old, he was invited to join Canadian rap pioneers the Dream Warriors.
  • He weaned himself off it gently, switching first to low-alcohol beer.
  • The patch enables smokers to wean themselves off cigarettes very gradually.
  • Generations of Scots have been weaned on the snack, which is actually a stack of wafers sandwiched together with toffee and coated in chocolate.
  • He is gradually weaning himself away from his role as a fundraiser and impresario for Cambodian dance. Times, Sunday Times
  • Twelve years into the new century, the traditional Scottish family of ma, pa and the wean or weans will be outnumbered by men living alone, also by women living alone, and above all by two adults without children.
  • some children remain unweaned until their second or third birthdays
  • The camp would also have taught farming techniques to try to wean people off growing opium. The Sun
  • Females are protective of their young and care for them for about a year, even though the young are weaned and begin hunting for food at about two or three months.
  • After the pigs are weaned, they ought to be fed for the first two weeks on milk, water and bran, after which potale may be used in the room of milk. The Practical Distiller An Introduction To Making Whiskey, Gin, Brandy, Spirits, &c. &c. of Better Quality, and in Larger Quantities, than Produced by the Present Mode of Distilling, from the Produce of the United States
  • The older weanlings are ideal for bulling in late spring when they are about 18 months old.
  • Diarrhea of weanling pig is a severity disease induced by stimulate, Circumstance and nutrition factors, which restrict the development of Swine production.
  • They reach weaning age while still consuming a diet mostly composed of milk, while their mothers graze on grass.
  • A combination of religious and cultural change, reinforced by political pressure from governments, began to wean them away from their social inferiors.
  • Backscuttling for the hop off with the odds altogether in favour of his tumbling into the river, Jaun just then I saw to collect from the gentlest weaner among the weiners, (who by this were in half droopleaflong mourning for the passing of the last post) the familiar yellow label into which he let fall a drop, smothered a curse, choked a guffaw, spat expectoratiously and blew his own trumpet. Finnegans Wake
  • Once his immune system had built up, he was transferred to a single room and slowly weaned off the drugs keeping him alive.
  • (Oxford English Dictionary) [28.2] A shoat is a weaned pig under a year old. Inventory of Robert Carter's Estate, November [1733]
  • The study suggests that concerted efforts to wean people away from cars and on to buses - or better still their own two feet - have made little impact on the younger generation.
  • When Carol weans the pups, they will all be available for adoption.
  • Certainly three to four weeks postweaning is where we would start to see some circovirus problems and, obviously with the advent and widespread use of circovirus vaccinations, we really don't see very much circovirus any more. ThePigSite - Global Pig Industry News Feeds
  • Critics, including the Zimbabwean Association of Tourism and Safari Operators, say that the group uses poorly trained hunting guides who, among other violations, sometimes endanger the lives of their clients and overhunt species in violation of the Zimbabwean government's hunting rules. Shoot to Kill
  • The weans seemed happy enough.
  • Two million Zimbabwean exiles, refugees, and economic migrants put a strain on the South African economy.
  • Again the home demand will be the dominant market for bull weanlings.
  • Weaning BW is influenced by the growth potential of the sire and dam, the milk production of the dam, and the feed resources.
  • Alewives, in Weweantit river, election of committees to regulate the taking of taking of, regulated by Rochester, Wareham and Carver Alpha or beta eucaine, sale and distribution of search warrants under the law relating to. Acts and resolves passed by the General Court
  • Surely I have smoothed and quieted my soul: like a weanling on his mother's (breast), like a weanling is my soul within me. The Life of David As Reflected in His Psalms
  • Food is another expense once you start weaning, though you can save a lot by puréeing your own food for your baby, rather than buying packets and jars.
  • Adult cattle numbers have increased by 9%, while throughput of calves and weanlings is up 3%.
  • A middle-class Midwesterner, he was weaned on Daniel Defoe and raised on hunting, hiking, and taxidermy.
  • On a weanling shoat he'd earlier noticed rooting among the fallen apples beneath this favorite of all his trees. Ecce viator : Behold the Traveler
  • And, like many born-free Zimbabweans in the civil society movement who are living in South Africa, has dedicated much of his short life to keeping the post-liberation liberation movement alive and well. Guardian Online
  • Her weanling colt by Storm Cat will also be offered on Monday.
  • Phil took the labrador home and is weaning him off milk on to meat.
  • Jazz says since signing up to New Me she is gradually weaning herself off the sugar. The Sun
  • ‘If ones takes into account that a large percentage of the weaners in South African feedlots are from Namibia, then the argument becomes even more ridiculous,’ said the statement.
  • Instead of weaning yourself off those supplies of festive food and drink, you may be better going cold turkey. The Sun
  • I'm not a coach but ndinokumbirawo muudze Mhofu kuti Stephen Alimenda is a Zimbabwean. AllAfrica News: Latest
  • The camp would also have taught farming techniques to try to wean people off growing opium. The Sun
  • In this study, abrupt drug withdrawal reinduced norepinephrine dependency in 30% of patients previously weaned from vasopressors.
  • After being weaned for about 1 week, the swinery showed progressive emaciation, slow growth, declining food intake, irregular hair coat and poor spirit.
  • It's difficult to wean an addict off cocaine once they're hooked.
  • At the same time, AmEx will step up its drive to wean large companies and small businesses from checks to corporate plastic.
  • Through her music, this 21-year-old is trying to wean youngsters away from drugs.
  • It has resumed reporting due to "the effective 'dollarization' of the economy in 2009, the end of hyperinflation and the stabilization of the Zimbabwean economy. StarTribune.com rss feed
  • France dismissed criticism about its decision to invite Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe.
  • When the youngsters are fully weaned they're turned out to pasture where the growing really kicks in.
  • The processors were concerned that between 3,500 and 4,000 tonnes of Zimbabwean soya bean meal was destined for Zambia.
  • Also, the process of weaning foals in stalls, either singly or in pairs, results in elevated plasma cortisol when compared with unweaned controls.
  • This paper introduces the basic formula of a miraculous cure and its effect of prevention and cure on weanling piglets'diarrhoea , and its test result in promoting them to grow.
  • Subjective perceptions were not directly associated with weaning outcomes.
  • The US government has not been able to wean its citizens off drugs and the ‘drug war’ military offensive has not stopped drugs from entering the US.
  • A police spokesman Monday said he took with him a bible as a quantity of "sadza", Zimbabweans 'staple diet of stiff maize-meal porridge. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The grumblings, however, may be less an indication of an impending military revolt than the last feeble lashing out of those weaned on the old ways.
  • The sow's milk production limits the growth of pigs prior to weaning.
  • Anthony is as lean and fit as his stockmen and they work together like a well-oiled machine, mustering the cattle through today's weaning, weighing and dipping with practiced ease.
  • But he was there and a force in Zimbabwean politics before independence: the chances are that he would have come to power sooner or later. Archive 2007-11-18
  • That the food fetish has its erotic component is suggested by the means of poison — Amanita phalloides — and by the way Merricat so totally depends upon her older sister as a food provider, as if she were an unweaned infant and not a "great child" grown into an adult. The Witchcraft of Shirley Jackson
  • McLaughlin says that he can't explain why, but he often feels a need to revisit his past, and classic American songbook material was what he was weaned on as a young jazz player in the '60s.
  • Conventions of weaning may alter while family structure does not.
  • He is gradually weaning himself away from his role as a fundraiser and impresario for Cambodian dance. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ma, Pa and the weans get health-giving milk and cheese all-year round; you get a nice wee glow of achievement on Christmas morning.
  • Utopians might expect that the auto makers will offer countless octane-stingy hybrids and zero-emission fuel-cell vehicles to a public seeking to wean itself from all addiction to the cursed internal combustion engine.
  • He said Murray was trying to wean Jackson off of propofol and had been giving him other sleep aids known as benzodiazepines trying to lull him to sleep. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • Those permitted to buy currency at this reduced rate are vetted, and do not include ordinary Zimbabweans.
  • Fattened and then abandoned by mothers who leave to mate anew, weaned elephant seal pups stick close together until ready for a first season at sea.
  • Twelve unacquainted multiparous sows were mixed in pairs after weaning.
  • With the latter therapy, once patients are weaned from steroids, the purine antimetabolite is continued for an indefinite period while the physician monitors white blood cell count and liver enzymes.
  • kwashiorkor" describes the malnourishment of a child weaned too early because his or her mother became pregnant again too quickly. Chapter 19
  • The first dinosaur trackway - a trail of 34 footprints of an Allosaurus - was identified by Zimbabwean geologist Tim Broderick only two kilometres away from the new site.
  • They transported preweaned-preconditioned and unweaned calves to a local auction barn where they were held without feed and water until 1630 h, weighed, and then placed in pens with water only until 0700 h the following morning.
  • It will wean us off the dying pillars of tourism and financial services.
  • James farms suckler cows, selling weanlings off in October.
  • Zimbabwean teachers, forced out by hunger and repression, work as security guards and shop assistants.
  • Anyone think CI Silver will baulk at paying me offshore in Zimbabwean blood diamonds or my idea to source all police catering at the same place? on February 28, 2010 at 10: 29 pm inspectorgadget Satisfied? Confident? You Will Be…… « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • As a journalist working in the Zimbabwean tourism industry, I have watched with deepening concern as what was once touted as ‘the industry of the future’ has taken a vertical plunge.
  • If a yearling is found unweaned it is caught and "blabbed" which is done by fitting a peculiarly shaped piece of wood into its nose that prevents it from sucking but does not interfere with feeding. Arizona Sketches
  • I waited until the puppies were weaned then I tied red bows around their necks, put them in a box and headed to Mrs. Rooney's home.
  • Furthermore, fewer postural changes by the gilt may be an advantageous behavior to help lessen the incidence of pre-weaning piglet mortality.
  • June 1980: Camilla accompanies Charles as his official escort to Zimbabwean independence celebrations.
  • Oh and they are due to farrow in the next month, so weaners will be available for Christmas.
  • It was wile tough handing half of them wee weans in.
  • ‘It was a different matter when Jack Steedman had loads of weans going unpaid from door to door in Clydebank selling bingo tickets to raise funds,’ says Robertson.
  • My grandfather was not a poor man but he would insist on lifting me over the turnstiles to avoid paying the full whack - the wean could always sit on his dad's knee if there were no spare seats.
  • Although young postweaning mice regrew the epithelium without typical pre-scar melanocytes. Fight Aging!
  • Belle's wean might be "a tinker's brat" in whispered corners in byres and hay-sheds, where the wenches could claver out of hearing, but the The McBrides A Romance of Arran
  • Compared with the HPS, more weaned heifers and fewer bred yearlings were sold when heifer development costs were increased.
  • Patients who are being treated with vasopressors should be weaned off the medications if possible.
  • The best thing I did for myself after weaning was go to a shop that specializes only in dainties and had a bra fitting. Requiem For A Boob | Her Bad Mother
  • In the preceding days, doctors had begun weaning me off my medication but I began to suffer from extreme anxiety. Times, Sunday Times
  • The government halted its policy of returning Zimbabwean asylum seekers to their homeland.
  • You are doing well offering a wide range of weaning foods, including finger foods. Times, Sunday Times
  • Indeed, a child growing up in an endemic community can expect be infected soon after weaning, and to be infected and constantly reinfected for the rest of her or his life.
  • Breeding seasonality was determined by assigning a date of birth to all unweaned juveniles, defined as dependent pouch-young or young-on-back captured with their mothers during trapping sessions.
  • I was weaned on a diet of Hollywood fantasy.
  • We now have a generation of kids and young adults who have been weaned on video games, Web browsing, and other new information tools.
  • Och, but the wean outskraugh, sclentan back on the breist o his nourrice, fairlie dumbfounert he was at the sicht o his daddie that loed him, fleggit sair at the bress and the crest wi its wallopan horsehair, kelteran doun frae the tap o the bassanat, unco the sicht o't. languagehat.com: BRAW AND WITTY.
  • Also, heifers that conceive earlier in their first breeding season calve earlier and wean heavier calves.
  • California's twenty-first-century economy, weaned away from dependence on military spending, in some ways resembles the postimperial Eu ro pe an economy of the present age. Paul Starobin: California: The Big Picture
  • ‘My daughter goes to a fairly hard-core working-class school and every morning, I see guys kissing their weans, telling them how much they love them, and sending them on their way,’ says Mullan.
  • The way to wean people voluntarily off their cars is to be clever, and to do it in stages.
  • A strong continental trade for good weanlings has seen a sharp rise in live exports and a boost in return to producers of quality stock.
  • The weanlings would have made any farmer proud and the dams drawn from all breeds were of excellent stock.
  • Eicher is also finding that acquainting young, pregnant cows with milking parlors and milking before their first births reduces stress when they're milked after their calves are weaned.
  • I remember when each street was a wee community with events such as the annual bus run to Saltcoats for all the weans.
  • Litters are born in the talus (rock piles) and weaned at 3-4 weeks after birth.
  • Letting go of the need for intensity has been a process of slowly weaning myself. Trauma and Recovery
  • Zimbabwean hosts feed 6,000 people rice and cornmeal porridge twice daily from black cooking pots lined up on the conference grounds.
  • Time limits, of course, are also part of the strategy to wean people from welfare, along with a properly constructed workfare system and an appropriate system of earnings supplements to families with children.
  • The competition is open to suckler farmers whether finishing cattle or selling weanlings or stores.
  • In fact, the colony of 3,000 seals is pupping now: weaning their fluffy young, scrapping with their sisters and chasing off marauding bulls keen to get them pregnant again.
  • · Amaranth's value as a wheat extender or a supplement for added nutritional value in traditional foods such as chapaties, tortillas, weaning foods, chicha, and arepas; 6 Research Needs
  • It's a fascinating phenomenon; many of us were weaned on domestic wine but have wound-up drinking imported.
  • He also expressed disappointment at what he called the passivity of neighboring states, including South Africa, in the face of the suffering of Zimbabweans. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The bearer check will remain in circulation until January 31, but it does not replace the Zimbabwean dollar.
  • This is the American theatre and opera director - weaned on the avant-garde, marinated in the aesthetics of southeast Asia - who became famous working with Disney on The Lion King.
  • Up to ten thousand Zimbabwean soldiers are operating in Mozambique.
  • Otter cubs are fully weaned after three to four months, but stay with their mother for up to a year, during which time they learn to fish.
  • Letting go of the need for intensity has been a process of slowly weaning myself. Trauma and Recovery
  • A thoroughbred weanling rested its head on another horse near Denman, New South Wales, Australia, Sunday. Photos of the Day: June 27
  • It will take humungous hikes in fuel tax, with punishing electoral consequences, to wean us off the impulse to escape at least once a year from lives which we've made so hectic; we have to have a holiday to restore our sanity.
  • Here are our new arrivals, the 3 Tamworth boar weaners we picked up from Dumfries today.
  • We may assume that decreasing this dose stepwise after exposure to high altitude further decreases the risk of adverse effects from weaning.
  • Up to ten thousand Zimbabwean soldiers are operating in Mozambique.
  • Some women will wean off gradually by dropping feeds and reducing feed times over a period of weeks. Times, Sunday Times
  • And although the Celtic Tiger was weaned on the dynamism of private enterprise, reporting continues to focus largely on the affairs of publicly quoted companies.
  • I waited until the puppies were weaned then I tied red bows around their necks, put them in a box and headed to Mrs. Rooney's home.
  • The weanling bull calf has a very high growth rate, a good feed conversion and consequently a high weight gain and in the bull beef trade it is kilograms that the farmer gets paid for as well as good grades.
  • A recent study re - examined tissue oxygenation variables during weaning.
  • Despite some difficulties in weaning the birds on to a diet of wild food, they eventually adapted to their new lives. SPIX'S MACAW: THE RACE TO SAVE THE WORLD'S RAREST BIRD
  • It was now abute the gloaming when my ain same Janet (heav'n sain her saul) was sitting sae bieldy in a bit neuk ayant the ingle, while the winsome weans gathering around their minnie were listing till some auld spae wife's tale o 'ghaists and worriecows; when on a sudden some ane tirled at the door pin. The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 10, No. 289, December 22, 1827
  • As soon as the little perishers are weaned, walking and talking, we want you back stoking the furnace.
  • Coltart would like to start introducing education reforms — adding human-rights courses to the curriculum and getting Zimbabwean schools to address such controversial issues as the military’s massacre of thousands of civilians in Matabeleland in southern Zimbabwe in 1983. Frenemies of the State
  • The colony of 3,000 seals is pupping now: weaning their fluffy young, scrapping with their sisters and chasing off marauding bulls keen to get them pregnant again.
  • This will involve immense hard work on his part, but will, hopefully, completely wean him off heroin and allow him to be relocated elsewhere.
  • Thousands of Zimbabwean mineworkers from mines owned by Rio Tinto have gone on strike to demand a 150 percent salary increment.
  • I remember thinking that, and may have made a significant advance toward weaning myself away from childish ways and thoughts.
  • This could more than double the taxes payable on e-cigarettes despite their proven ability to wean smokers off tobacco. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hugh Fitzsimons purchased the bay Texas-bred weanling, which is a full-sister to Valid Message, winner of the Skyy El Joven Stakes at Retama Park and the Sunny's Halo Stakes at Louisiana Downs in 2008. Thoroughbred News | BloodHorse.com
  • In the U.S. Congress, the final Farm Bill enacted into law in 2008 banned the import of young dogs from foreign puppy mills -- stopping the long-distance transport of unweaned puppies from China, Mexico, Russia, and other countries. Michael Markarian: 400 Dogs in Wire Cages
  • Neither label precisely describes the strange hybrid that now purports to run the country but many Zimbabweans both in and outside the country must be finding it hard to come to terms with the notion of sharing power with the very same people who were intent on beating your brains out yesterday. News
  • At the risk of repeating myself, the game has to wean itself, and its players, away from its addition to grog - grog sponsors, grog nights, grog everything!
  • But I was weaned on that sort of golf and so it was right up my alley.
  • Of buildings strong, albeit of paper hight, [A] confronting with massy contrast the lighter, older, more fantastically shrouded one named of Harcourt, with the cheerful Crown Office Row (place of my kindly engendure), right opposite the stately stream which washes the garden foot with her yet scarcely trade-polluted waters and seems but just weaned from Twickenham Na? es! Lippincott's Magazine Of Popular Literature And Science Old Series, Vol. 36—New Series, Vol. 10, July 1885
  • Within 6 months of foaling the weaning process begins.
  • A weaning trial with a PEEP of zero lasted about 5 minutes before she became diaphoretic, tachypneic and tachycardic.
  • Traditionally piglets were weaned at eight weeks.
  • PARTHASARATHY, M. (1986) Effect of feeding varying levels of Khejri (Prosopis cineraria) leaves and concentrate on the performance of weaner kids. Chapter 1
  • The link between soft drink consumption and bone loss is going to become even more significant as children practically weaned on soft drinks reach adulthood.
  • Sit down — sit down; the gudeman will be blythe to see you — ye nar saw him sae cadgy in your life; but we are to christen our bit wean the night, as ye will hae heard, and doubtless ye will stay and see the ordinance. The Bride of Lammermoor
  • Male calves were castrated either at birth, at time of initial vaccination, or at weaning.
  • South Africa on Tuesday welcomed what it described as the largely peaceful nature of the Zimbabwean parliamentary elections, but reserved final judgment on whether the poll had been free and fair. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • President Mbeki said in an interview earlier this month Pretoria would not dictate policy to Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, nor would it be "dragooned" into overthrowing his government. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • It's time to start weaning her onto solid foods.
  • You may not be able to claim down all the premium entitlements on weanlings purchased now.
  • India last month fully market-linked prices of gasoline and partly decontrolled prices of diesel while raising prices of cooking fuels to wean the government off a massive subsidy burden. India Services Activity at Two-Year High
  • The patch enables smokers to wean themselves off cigarettes very gradually.
  • A breast-feeding mother will wean her infant before returning to work.
  • This is totally my own theory, but having watched a mother cat wean, I suspect this irritability is at play amongst all mammals. » Weaning, Partial Weaning and Mixed Feelings Strocel.com
  • At eight weeks, he should be weaned from the mother and eating kitten food solely.
  • Mick Pearce , a Zimbabwean architect living in Melbourne, has been inspired by the humble termite.
  • The weans of today already call the shots, as any observer of a family outing to Safeway well knows.

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