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supply

interrogate

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to remove (a liquid) by a steady, gradual process

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a low-cut shoe without fastenings

operate like a pump

deliver forth

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draw or pour with a pump

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supply in great quantities

flow intermittently

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move up and down

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raise (gases or fluids) with a pump

question persistently

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Introduction of innovative technologies including hand free breast pumps, growing women employment rates coupled with growing awareness levels pertaining to the advantages of breast milk are expected to drive breast pump demand over the next six years.
The Drysdale E-Z Breast Pump is also the subject of Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
The hospital-grade breast pumps that are now covered [by prescription] are a huge improvement for women who want to breastfeed [versus] the less expensive ones that many women would try as that was what they could afford," she said in an interview.
aren't mothers hooked up to their breast pumps, and men who see her
Clockwise, from top left, some of the gadgets new parents |might like, Dr Brown's natural flow bottles; the kick counting wristband; the Gro-hush; the Cosatto pushchair; the Munchkin bottles; the Milton mini steriliser; the Dream Sheep and Sheepdog; the FOSBABYP1 and the Medela breast pump
The "first baby spending" list also includes around pounds 100 on maternity clothes, pounds 100 on toys, nearly pounds 70 on pampering treatments on mums-to-be, pounds 115 on baby clothes and pounds 21 on a breast pump.
Baby woolly monkey Paulo meets his new family, chimpanzee Eddi has fun with his young brother Bart and pregnant orangutan Amy gets to grips with a breast pump.
Despite the health threats of formula feeding, many mothers give breastfeeding up after they return to work, often due to the lack of time or facilities to use a breast pump while on the job.
If an employee doesn't have her own breast pump, or if her breast pump is broken, the hospital has extra breast pumps available, he said.
I was at a friend's house using the manual pump when she told me she had an electric breast pump I could use.
The first houses a group of various transparent plastic objects intended to hold liquid--clear tubes, bottles, a breast pump, vacuform packaging--that make up part of the artist's ongoing Innocent Collection, 1988-.
IT IS COMPATIBLE WITH THE SAME ANTI-COLIC NIPPLE FOUND ON AVENT FEEDING BOTTLES, AS WELL AS THE PATENTED ISIS BREAST PUMP, PROVIDING A BABY WITH AN EASY TRANSITION BETWEEN BREAST AND BOTTLE.
Recruited and screened volunteers provide the milk with the aid of a breast pump at home and then drop in into the milk bank each week.
Other options include: pumping as much milk as possible to build up a large supply during the weeks or months before your return to work; obtaining breast milk from one of the seven large-scale "banks" in North America; and, if your breast pump doesn't produce enough supplementary breast milk, mixing pumped milk with a non-soy formula.