Some articles on infants, infant:
... The Custody of Infants Act 1873 (36 37 Vict ... the Court of Chancery to order that a mother would have access to, or custody of, any infants under sixteen years of age or to order that any such infants in her custody were to remain so ... was bound to enforce any such agreement if it felt it would not be to the benefit of the infant ...
... The Cleveland Infants were a one-year baseball team in the Players' League ... Owned by Al Johnson, the Infants finished 1890, their lone season, with 55 wins and 75 losses ...
... In 1892, an infants school moved in from a nearby Methodist School premises. 1 year later, there were 198 infants attending the school, but there was much worry about numerous absences ... In 1935, wooden huts were erected for the infants, and were still in use during the Minellium ...
... There is a difference in ERP measures for normally developing infants ranging from 2–6 months in age ... Measures in infants 4 months and older demonstrate faster, more negative ERPs ... In contrast, newborns and infants up to 4 months of age show slow, unsynchronized, positive ERPs ...
... neck reflex (ATNR) or tonic neck reflex — in infants up to four months of age, when the head is turned to the side, the arm on that side will straighten and the ... Babinski reflex — in infants up to one year of age, and also in older individuals with neurological damage, a spreading of the toes and extension of the big ... Galant reflex — in infants up to four months of age, a rotation of the upper body towards one or other side of the back when that side is stroked ...
Famous quotes containing the word infants:
“But most thro midnight streets I hear
How the youthful Harlots curse
Blasts the new-born Infants tear
And blights with plagues the Marriage hearse”
—William Blake (17571827)
“My arising prodigal
Sun the father his quiver full of the infants of pure fire ...”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)
“For infants and toddlers learning and living are the same thing. If they feel secure, treasured, loved, their own energy and curiosity will bring them new understanding and new skills.”
—Amy Laura Dombro (20th century)