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Word: nurture

Definition: nourish; feed; educate; rear; care for while it is growing or developing; foster; cultivate; N: something that nourishes; rearing

Sentences Containing 'nurture'

2-Tone Entertainment's role would be to act as an A Consultancy specialising in Urban and specialist dance music as well as to continue to nurture and develop talent through their existing label frame work- key projects include, Skepta, Sway, Jodie Connor and new signing Luke Bingham.
Bright Station Ventures was set up 2007 in partnership with serial entrepreneur Sháá Wasmund to nurture new web opportunities that they created.
By this time he had already begun to nurture a growing skepticism towards Islamic culture, He was present in Cairo during the September 11 attacks.
Every year, the Foundation, TheNewDowse (previously The Dowse Art Museum), and Creative New Zealand offer a Cultural Internship, providing opportunities for artists to nurture curatorial interest and expertise in the areas of decorative arts and design.
Her science project uses touch therapy to grow raspberries in a forest. She explores whether it is nature or nurture that can make them grow.
In the absence of a Canadian dog-handling expert who was hired but never appeared, Crean took charge of one of the dog-handling teams, and was later involved in the care and nurture of the pups born to one of his dogs, Sally, early in the expedition.
It also attract most pensioners to build their dream house for pleasant retirement or nurture some local fruit orchards.
It is also the school's mission to introduce every child to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of their lives and to nurture their Christian growth.
Its main aim was to nurture nationalism amongst the younger Malay intellectuals.
Moan for your nurture of him, moan for your corruption of him, moan for your loss of him, moan for mine!'
OHS today works statewide and nationally to preserve and nurture Oklahoma's history.
Sociobiologists generally responded to the criticism by pointing to the complex relationship between nature and nurture.
Students have multiple opportunities to participate in extracurricular activities, develop a positive self-esteem and nurture friendships that will last a lifetime.
The nutrients in the soil help nurture the growth of eel grass beds that contribute to sustaining a healthy ecosystem and food web on the island.
The series was produced by Harald Eia and Ole Martin Ihle, and was completed in seven episodes consisting of interviews with Norwegian and foreign researchers who have different views on the nature versus nurture debate.
This green zone is their own so they take care of it and nurture it along with the gardeners.
Unfortunately, there was one instance that was probably responsible for him relinquishing his position and BMX the sport he had help nurture, all together.
Upon taking the position, Hope stated that it was an offer he could not refuse: “to save Indie Film and build it better than it has been before.” Moving away from project-specific producing, Hope has turned his focus on producing an infrastructure that will sustain and nurture diverse artists, discover and promote fresh talent, and advance the tools and practices that will benefit those that create and appreciate truly ambitious art and entertainment.

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