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Definitions of calming in various dictionaries:
adv - free from agitation [ adj CALMER, CALMEST] : CALMLY
CALMING - Calming signals is a term coined by Norwegian dog trainer Turid Rugaas to describe the signals used by dogs to communicate with each other. According...
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|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|Oct 20 2018 The Telegraph - Quick|
|Jan 29 2003 The Times - Concise|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Present participle of calm.|
|make (someone) tranquil and quiet soothe.|
|the act of appeasing (as by acceding to the demonds of)|
|causing to become tranquil|
|freeing from fear and anxiety|
|Not showing or feeling nervousness, anger, or other strong emotions.|
|(of the weather) pleasantly free from wind.|
|The absence of strong emotions calm feelings.|
|The absence of wind.|
|Make (someone) tranquil and quiet soothe.|
Calming signals is a term coined by Norwegian dog trainer Turid Rugaas to describe the signals used by dogs to communicate with each other. According to Rugaas there are at least 30 calming signals. What signals dog use depends on the dog. They may use a subset of these signals. The signals, however, are universal and all dogs understand all signals even if they do not use them. Dogs are known to use these signals with humans too.|
* The term has been used by other canine behaviour experts to explain dog behaviour. Popular dog illustrator Lili Chin has illustrated these signals. There are several others who have illustrated these signals. Several books on dog behaviour and training now use the term calming signals to describe dog-dog and dog-human communication.There are three main forms of communication used by dogs: auditory, visual, and olfactory. Auditory includes a diverse range of sounds, such as grunts, whines, yelps, screams, tooth snapping, growling, coughing, and barking. Visu