(n.) The Holy Spirit, -- referring to his office of comforting believers.
(n.) A knit woolen tippet, long and narrow.
(n.) A wadded bedquilt; a comfortable.
(1) You can see where the religious meme sprung from: when the world was an inexplicable and scary place, a belief in the supernatural was both comforting and socially adhesive.
(2) All the patients told about a comfortable feeling of warmth after each treatment lasting for one two days.
(3) It arguably became too comfortable for Rodgers' team, with complacency and slack defending proving a dangerous brew.
(4) What shouldn't get lost among the hits, home runs and the intentional and semi-intentional walks is that Ortiz finally seems comfortable with having a leadership role with his team.
(5) There are questions with regard to the interpretation of some of the newer content scales of the MMPI-2, whereas most clinicians feel comfortably familiar, even if not entirely satisfied, with the Wiggins Content Scales of the MMPI.
(6) The Nd-Yag-Laser seems to be a useful device in transsphenoidal surgery due to its potent coagulation effect and comfortable handling.
(7) "People have really gotten comfortable not only sharing more information and different kinds, but more openly and with more people," said Zuckerberg in 2010 during an intense few months as controversy raged over the complexity of Facebook's privacy settings.
(8) Consoles are even more widespread in Japan, of course, but for many, finding the time and space to play in comfort is tricky.
(9) Until the bell, 19-year-old Lizzie Armitstead figured strongly in a leading group of 12 that at one point enjoyed a two-minute lead, racing comfortably alongside the Olympic time-trial champion Kristin Armstrong.
(10) The team working together helps the patient receive maximum benefits from treatment and to live more comfortably with his disease.
(11) In a practical sense, it seems reasonable to establish the maxillomandibular relationship with the patient in a comfortable position.
(12) Atlético Madrid maintained their faint hopes of catching Barcelona by recording a fourth straight league win, comfortably beating Deportivo la Coruña 3-0 with goals by the midfielder Saúl Ñíguez, top scorer Antoine Griezmann and Argentinian forward Ángel Correa.
(13) Effectiveness of a relaxation technique to increase the comfort level of patients in their first postoperative attempt at getting out of bed was tested on 42 patients, aged 18 to 65, who were hospitalized for elective surgery.
(14) The comforts of home will determine Liverpool's fate in 2014, according to Brendan Rodgers, and they made a convincing start against Hull City.
(15) The country's priority now, he added, was to "comfort and care for people who have lived through a nightmare which very few of us can imagine".
(16) A backrest adds to the comfort and support of the subject performing resistive knee exercise and should be incorporated into the design of knee exercise units.
(17) The development of a shear transducer, small enough to be worn comfortably under a normal foot, is described, along with a microcomputer controlled data logger.
(18) I still feel that I am standing behind the chair and it is someone else sat there, and I’m just reading over their shoulder.” He hopes life becomes a little more comfortable.
(19) He casts his history of bipartisan negotiation as a form of steamrolling practicality, and many of his actual policies, save regarding gun control, fit comfortably within the far right framework.
(20) It was concluded that preparation to lie down, lying-down movements and comfort behaviour are suitable for the study of relationships between the use of electric cow-trainers and impaired health in cows.
(1) However, it is easier for them to cope with anxiety because premedication pacifies the patients, whereas each of the dependent variables, such as apprehension, is influenced differently.
(2) The present study investigated the way that sucking of a pacifier influences gastric secretory and motor functions in connection with tube feeding.
(3) While it’s too early to suppose that President Trump’s attitude won’t change, given his unpredictability, the more emollient tone does appear to be pacifying markets for now.” Analysts also pointed to another reason for the strength in US markets.
(4) To this, add any exposure resulting from pacifier use or from in vivo nitrosation of precursors.
(5) Calves with access to pacifiers sucked other objects more than calves without pacifiers.
(6) The prime minister is hoping that negotiations with Brussels will deliver substantial concessions he hopes will pacify Eurosceptics but the former chancellor dismissed the idea of securing any significant reforms from Brussels.
(7) Users of orthodontic pacifiers had statistically significantly greater overjets, and there was a significantly higher proportion of subjects with open bite in the conventional pacifier group.
(8) Previous austerity measures announced during the socialists' short term in office had failed to pacify markets.
(9) When 16 types of baby-bottle nipples and children's pacifiers were tested recently, relatively high levels of nitramines, nitrosamines, and nitrosatable precursors were found.
(10) Duncan Smith claims: "Too often for those locked in the benefits system, that process of making responsible and positive choices has been skewed – money paid out to pacify them regardless, with no incentive to aspire for a better life.
(11) Memorable examples include his drinking bout with Professor Henry Louis Gates' arresting officer, Sgt Crowley, or his chugging a few bottles while awkwardly bowling to pacify nervous, middle-class white voters in Pennsylvania during the primaries.
(12) In the field Experiment B, nursing staff provided infants with a standard pacifier during alternate intervals in a sequence of four interfeed intervals spanning 12 hr.
(13) Treatment infants were offered a pacifier during and following every tube feeding; control infants received routine care.
(14) Pacifiers or rest were given for 5 minutes following routine caregiving and before each of the first 16 bottle feedings.
(15) But, with some diplomatic cover from China, the Sri Lankan regime emerged to claim to have pacified its island.
(16) But the pacified favelas have had slow progress in health, housing, education and business development — all of which were supposed to follow rapidly after the return of the authorities.
(17) The US fought two fierce and costly battles in Falluja in 2004 and lost almost 200 soldiers without pacifying the rebellious city.
(18) Children with pacifier attachments, on the other hand, were less often rated as securely attached and were more likely to show changes in security classification between 12 and 30 months.
(19) Two typical cases are presented in which the prolonged use of nursing bottle at bedtime and the use of pacifiers dipped into honey are responsible for the development of multi-caries.
(20) Effective strategies to care for these infants included recognizing states and cues, swaddling, use of pacifier, waking to eat, and smaller feedings.