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“Born in Feeding Hills, Massachusetts, Sullivan was a gifted teacher who is best known for her work with Helen Keller, a deaf, blind and mute child she taught to communicate.”
“The leaflet Dad has given me is called Feeding on Humans Without Bleeding on Humans.”
““Accumulation of Advanced Glycation Endproducts in Aging Male Fischer 344 Rats during Long-term Feeding of Various Dietary Carbohydrates.””
“A program called Feeding Imagination provides books to underprivileged children.”
“Jerry Coyne's one-hour lecture is called Feeding and Gloating for More: The Challenge of the New Creationism and is aimed at an intelligent lay audience.”
“And I believe one of the segments is called Feeding Frenzy.”
“Michigan State University has placed a database of "influential and important American cookbooks from the late 18th to early 20th century" online in a database called Feeding America.”
“Lynn Marmer of Kroger, which supports food banks through a hunger charity called Feeding America, says Kroger's giving level has remained flat in 2011, though she says the company has seen a hike in demand by the food banks it supports.”
“The report released Tuesday, titled "Feeding Chicago's Kids The Food They Deserve," surveyed 436 CPS lunchroom workers to get their input on district-wide initiatives to provide healthier cafeteria options.”
“The results of the initiative, called Feeding Our Future, surprised even the administrators who lobbied for the program on a hunch, and are fuelling hopes the pilot will inspire others like it across the country.”
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