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nu rish

  • v  provide with nourishment
    This kind of food is not nourishing for young children
  • v  give nourishment to

  • The latest battle apparently has nothing to do with the best way to nourish a baby or the boundaries between private and public.
  • FOR SOCIAL REASONS For humans, food does more than merely nourish.
  • The Case for Marriage by Linda Waite and Maggie Gallagher (Doubleday) emphasizes the positive, arguing that even rocky marriages nourish children emotionally and practically.
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  • Ingrid Betancourt in Toronto Star
    Betancourt told France 2 that she fell ill with "a series of problems ...... I couldn't nourish myself, I lost weight as you saw, I lost the capacity to move, I was prostrated in my hammock, I had trouble drinking."
  • Martin Scorsese in Washington Post
    The danger is, (the directors) may have to make one or two films that are more in the Hollywood line ...... What I would hope is that studios nourish the nature of the filmmaker that they hire, really, instead of trying to change him or her,...
  • Jean-Claude Juncker in AFP
    I would fully understand the wish to exclude from the game those who nourish hostile feelings towards France and Societe Generale,Juncker told Europe 1 radio. "If someone friendly comes forward with a strong economic project to offer, why...

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