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  • n  physical and emotional care and nourishment

  • It is now integral to the Administration's signature foreign policy initiative: the nurturance of Arab democracy.
  • Gross's attitude, in the jargon of the testers, is woefully low in "nurturance" (that is, he is unfriendly), and the reader, as he learns of the testers' nonsense, may feel his .
  • Says Sex Counselor Nora La Corte: "Respecting the wisdom of the body leads to responsible hedonism and nurturance of the whole person by recharging one's energy for self-healing.

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