thumb sucking

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thumb sucking

n succión f del pulgar (form), (el) chuparse el pulgar
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The snaps included a photo of Prince Harry wearing a striped t-shirt and thumbsucking while in Princess Diana's arms.
It was the little Spaniard who opened the scoring just before the half-hour, before delighting the crowd with his famous thumbsucking salute.
Warning signs of emotional abuse in children are excessive withdrawal, fearful, or anxious way of doing something wrong, shows extremes in behaviour (extremely compliant or extremely demanding; extremely passive or extremely aggressive), doesn't seem to be attached to the parent or caregiver, acts either inappropriately adult (taking care of other children) or inappropriately infantile (rocking, thumbsucking, throwing tantrums).
Data theft can be categorized as: Hacking, Rootkit or backdoor, Thumbsucking (copying confidential data using thumb devices), Posing (aggregation of users' information from cookies), Podslurping (data stealing using iPods), Bluesnarfing (stealing data using Bluetooth devices), and Spyware (gathers personal or system specific information without user notification and sends to spyware creators) [1,6,12,18].
of Phoenix, provide pediatricians and psychologists with empirically supported treatments for common children's mental health and medical problems: disruptive behavior, anxiety and depression, habit disorders like tics and thumbsucking, sleep disorders, encopresis, nocturnal enuresis, pain, and adherence to medical regimens.
For children under 5 years of age: returning to earlier behaviors such as thumbsucking, bedwetting, fear of darkness, separation anxiety or excessive clinging
Elimination of bedtime thumbsucking in home settings through contingent reading.
Prevalence and duration of thumbsucking in breast-fed and bottle-fed children.
They may isolate themselves, escape through play, and regress to bed-wetting or thumbsucking behaviors (Schoen et al.
Elimination of thumbsucking through contingency management.
Beneath the boredom and the glory, there is always the horror, a thumbsucking atrocity perpetrated on a child and writ large ever after to the point of ineffability.