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encourager

Defined in the context of fat fetishism, a person whose sexuoeroticism hinges on encouraging a partner to deliberately gain weight.
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De l'avis de Abbas Tanji, chercheur agronome, il faut encourager davantage la couverture agricole.
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Groupon (NASDAQ: GRPN) said it has partnered with small business encourager SCORE on a series of online educational resources about customer acquisition, retention and marketing for small businesses.
He is also an organiser and encourager of young talent.
It will encourager people to share their expertise, creating connections between new and well-established growing schemes.
These days they are mainly held at schools, but in the past factories were a big encourager of sporting activities.
Pop singer, classical musician, Jungle Babe, astronomy enthusiast, bikini model, shampoo-ad alien life-form, and now make-over encourager.
En outre, le Forum vise Ea encourager la participation des citoyens Ea la vie politique et Ea la consolidation de la dE[umlaut]mocratie dans le Royaume.
A reference to my biographical dictionary shows that the admiral was shot on the ship Monarque in Portsmouth and to quote Voltaire "pour encourager les autres".
The temporary expulsion of Coun Alan Sambrook may have been required "pour encourager les autres".
Be ready for rain, frost, wet wood, short water supply, adjust your traveling speed to the slowest person, and be an encourager.