He may interpret this as he "has" to whine
to get fed.
So you missed it at the puppy stage, and now when you sit in the duck boat your dog whines
at the prospect of a good hunt.
If he whines
because of car or motion sickness, he will probably have his ears down, tail down if not tucked and his body generally lowered.
Many dogs whine
and wait eagerly at the front door but eventually adjust to the absence of their young owners when they are in class.
After two incidents and responses by me at the moment of the whine
But the fiery ex-model, 52, hit back: "Everyone whines
Hezbollah fires rockets and stores munitions in residential neighborhoods, then whines
when the civilians that they leave in those locations are killed.
Emerald Vulture whines
into the growling lower bowels and will then rupture your spleen.
If a person whines
from legitimate frustration, then dealing with the reason for the frustration will help, In this case, conveying sympathy and a willingness to help is essential.
Fortunately, she has avoided the common pitfall of similar novels that feature a protagonist, usually a woman, who constantly whines
and complains about men, work, money and sex.
Only when Eitzel whines
"No one cares if I live or die" does his drama go off the deep end.
These animals not only use sound to locate prey (and each other), but some evidence suggests that they also communicate in a code of clicks, whines
and squawks that scientists have yet to crack completely.
about persecution, yet he has worked overtime to tear down the constitutional wall of separation between church and state that is religious freedom's best protection.
Every time she whines
he gets annoyed and has smacked her hard a few times to teach her a lesson.
That myth is a product of the education lobby, which makes sure California teachers earn the highest salaries in the nation, yet constantly whines
that schools are underfunded.