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tease

 [tēz]
to pull apart gently with fine needles to permit microscopic examination.

tease

(tēz),
To separate the structural parts of a tissue by means of a needle, in order to prepare it for microscopic examination.
[A. S. taesan]

tease

(tēz) to pull apart gently with fine needles to permit microscopic examination.

tease

(tēz)
v.
To separate the structural parts of a tissue, as with a needle, in order to prepare it for microscopic examination.

tease

(tēz)
To separate the structural parts of a tissue by means of a needle, to prepare it for microscopic examination.
[A. S. taesan]

tease

1. to pull apart gently with fine needles to permit microscopic examination.
2. to tantalize, e.g. sexually by parading a male in front of a female, or the opposite, in the mating capacity test.
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The lower proportion in our study can probably be due to the possibility that more number of children have already undergone major portion of their treatment and their facial appearance has improved and hence are not being teased now.
Through discussions, parents can model that the home is a safe environment for talking about teasing and feelings about being teased, and help to expose the often hidden culture of childhood teasing.
For example, a student who is teased frequently and also highly bothered by being teased would have a high total CATS score.
The student had been persistently teased about his severe acne (Sand, 2003).
We don't want kids to come to the adult staff at every turn when they feel teased or picked on because that undermines their own abilities to manage in social situations.
Overall, 23% of the girls reported that a parent teased them about their appearance, and 12% reported parental teasing about being overweight.
Those people who are teased will remember their bullies forever.
For example, in a study of teasing between romantic partners, men and women teased one another in similar ways, but women found that being the target of teasing was much more aversive (Keltner, Young, Heerey, Oeming, & Monarch, 1998).
This approach makes the students teased feel better because they learn that teasing is not about them.
A FATHER who went too far when he teased and taunted his teenage daughter has been sentenced by a court to 180 hours unpaid community work.
While most children in school are teased at one time or another, some research indicates that kids with disabilities are particularly vulnerable.
The article in the Edmonton Journal two days later explained how other students reported that he had been teased throughout Grade 10 the year before.