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  • I was appalled that hope did not require my permission to disrupt and kick around educated, well-nurtured and intentional apathy.

    Lonni Collins Pratt: The Sacred Power Of Hope

  • In either case, the bottom line is that well-nurtured brains are more resilient.

    Alzheimer's Unlocking The Mystery

  • It's all vague charges and this well-nurtured sense of victimhood.

    Live-blogging night 4 of the Republican Convention.

  • They have a small, carefully selected and well-nurtured client base.

    Qualities that translators must strive for

  • I like to think of a well-nurtured boy, brave and gentle, warm-hearted and loving, and looking the world in the face with kind honest eyes.

    The History of Pendennis

  • The gentle reader, who has overheard their talk, will understand the doubts which pervaded the mind of the lovely Fatima, and the well-nurtured English maiden will participate in the divided feelings which rent her bosom.

    Novels by Eminent Hands

  • But the gardens had long since been eaten up by the goats, which understandably preferred tender, well-nurtured plants to what they could find in the desert.

    Aerie

  • Psalm 144:12 NIV Then our sons in their youth will be like well-nurtured plants, and our daughters will be like pillars carved to adorn a palace.

    Scriptures at Your Fingertips

  • And she was a well-nurtured, handsome, educated woman, born to such comforts as you and I enjoy every day, — oh, my reader! perhaps without much giving of thanks for them.

    Castle Richmond

  • A well-nurtured lady, the wife of a parish rector in the county Cork, showed me her larder one day about that time.

    Castle Richmond

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