• Exclusive breastfeeding: infant receives only breastmilk (including breastmilk that has been expressed or from a wet nurse) and nothing else, except for ORS, medicines and vitamins and minerals.
• Mixed feeding: infant receives both breastmilk and any other food or liquid including water, non-human milk and formula before 6 months of age.
• Artificial feeding: infant is fed only on a breast-milk substitute
• Formula: Artificial milks for babies made out of a variety of products, including sugar, animal milks, soybean, and vegetable oils. They are usually in powder form, to mix with water.
• Breastmilk substitutes: any food being marketed or otherwise represented as a partial or total replacement for breast milk, whether or not it is suitable for that purpose.
• Complementary feeding: The child receives both breast milk and solid (semi-solid or soft) foods. It is not recommended to provide any solid, semi-solid or soft foods to children less than six months of age.
Thoreau concludes by saying that no one with legislative genius has yet appeared in America--such people are rare in the world's history. He writes that government's authority is "impure." To be just, authority must be based on the consent of the governed; its only rights are the rights that the individual gives it. The movement toward democracy constitutes progress toward true respect for the individual. However, democracy is not the last step that can be made. He says that he dreams of a State that respects the individual, a State that would not mind if a few individuals even chose to live independent of it altogether. This kind of State would prepare the way for an even more "perfect and glorious State."
The cell phones have made a significant impact on the social life of people. Apart from voice and text services, some cell phones have cameras, alarm clock, and radio and allow access to the internet. Youths take advantage of some of these features in a positive manner to organize and maintain social contacts with friends and relatives. They also heavily utilize social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Skype for entertainment. In the recent years, cell phones carry out mobile money transactions whereby the SIM card is the unique personal identifier. Banks have also made it easier for their customers to access their accounts, check balances, and receive bank statements from their phones.