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feed with a spoon

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teach without challenging the students

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Key words: Feeding by bottle, sucking success, preterm baby, spoonfeed, full breastfeeding
I have visions of popping into school at lunchtime to spoonfeed him
They invested heavily in GOP state organization, made more explicit and operational a variety of ties between national corporate interests and state parties, and built a slew of supporting institutions to funnel money to emerging state Republican leaders and spoonfeed them reactionary policy suggestions to promote.
But it certainly is in Bush's interest to have Card, Rice, and Bush himself spoonfeed the great investigative reporter.
She added:"I know you can't spoonfeed consumers, but I think it is quite legitimate when you present two columns of prices for comparison to think you are comparing like with like.
I dare say the lady is very nice but if she was really the same person who used to spoonfeed Parnevik with volcanic dust, telling him to eat it otherwise he wouldn't grow up to be the world's most bizarrely dressed golfer, she must be at least 54 by now.
There are times Gomez has to get up in the middle of the night to make sure she is still breathing, and other days when she is so physically drained he has to spoonfeed her.
But at a more visceral level, one can't help hoping that the James Loves and Jeff Chesters of the world spoonfeed Case and company some of their own medicine.
All three authors (as well as Vlastos, 98) stress that Socrates does not spoonfeed Meno's slaveboy geometrical axioms by rote, since Socrates on two occasions leads the slaveboy down the wrong path of thinking so that the boy can truly make his knowledge his own.
Steven Rosenbaum, the creator of "MTV News Unfiltered," says: "Part of what's changing in society is this top-down model where the media decide what's important and spoonfeed it to a docile, accepting public.
It's just plain easier to cover people in glitzy jobs, people who hold press conferences and have press offices that spoonfeed you prepared handouts, than to ferret out and report on those beneath them-like generals-in the more anonymous government positions, people who often wield as much or more real power.
She was weaned successfully off her tubes and we now spoonfeed her a special supplement yoghurt, which contains higher vitamins and calories to build her up, as she lost 7% of her body weight in hospital.
Although we don't spoonfeed staff, we make a range of opportunities available and encourage them to take charge of their own career plans by providing them with a supportive framework in which to do it.
They must spoonfeed her, change her nappies, wash and dress her and carry out physiotherapy to try to stop her limbs stiffening.