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Obesity researcher Dr James Stubbs said: "It's when parents repeatedly use high-calorie foods as a quick way to appease their children when they're upset, or to quieten them down when they misbehave, that they begin storing up future problems.
He said: "It's when parents repeatedly use high calorie foods as a quick way to appease their children when they're upset or to quieten them down when they misbehave that they begin storing up future problems for them.
Even a much-needed 2-1 win over Bolton - achieved by Cole's injury-time goal - did little to quieten the whispers which say the Englishman is living on borrowed time at Anfield.
As a manager I've been an easy target but that might quieten them down.
They may realise if they can hear you then you must be able to hear them and a bit of embarrassment may quieten them down.
Sophisticated technology has been used to obscure faces and car registration plates but such efforts have failed to quieten critics.
25 Years Ago Plans are in hand to quieten some noisy West Midland councillors.
child to With their parents' help, every baby can eventually learn to quieten themselves.
When I was Everton manager the players all used to persuade me to tell John Bailey to take a load of tablets the night before a game just to get him to quieten down and go to sleep
This holy place is where we can be mentally peaceful, quieten our human egos and let ourselves be lifted up by our all-powerful and ever-loving Father-Mother God.
It's hoped their publication might quieten speculation the terror chief was not really killed.
Their nanny tried to quieten them down and move them out the way when people came through.