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nourish

(nûr′ĭsh)
tr.v. nour·ished, nour·ishing, nour·ishes
To provide with food or other substances necessary for life and growth; feed.

nour′ish·er n.

nourish

[nur′ish]
Etymology: L, nutrire, to suckle
to furnish the essential foods or nutrients for maintaining life.
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In the same manner that the gospels present Christ as both the nourisher and nourishment that effect the redemption of humans, Christian sentimental narratives present women who both nurture and offer their labor to facilitate the redemption of those they love, and they further present (at varying levels) the feeder as consumable--hers is the consumed body.
2) The tables are turned in the second poem, in which a tree is nourished by the death of its nourisher.
nuclear father of birth, who causes wars and peace according to your will, unvanquished prince, nourisher of this world, who first opened the yawning cavern of Chaos and, appearing armed with fiery arrows, was named Phanete: .
Clarins Body Firming Cream is an intensive nourisher with the firming action of a good face cream.
be statements about two different things: firstly, the phallus as nourisher
It would have to be a balm, because balms do so many beauty duties: cleanser, moisturiser, nail nourisher, rough patch smoother, hair defrizzer, lip shine, eyebrow groomer and on, and on
Macbeth continua a ripetere sui palcoscenici del mondo, ancora per i suoi spettatori di oggi, il suo desiderio di sonno negato all'assassino: "sleep that knits up the ravelled sleave of care / the death of each day's life, sore labour's bath, / balm of hurt minds, great Nature's second course / chief nourisher in life's feast" (Atto II, sc.
They say the key to this nourishment is Dove 24-hour Nutri-Serum, a blend of a hydrating nourisher and essential skin nutrients.
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We do not perceive God as the Sovereign of the Universe, as Sustainer and Nourisher of all God's creatures.
When colouring your hair, ensure it is kept in top condition by replacing lost moisture with a richly-formulated shampoo and conditioner, such as my Re-Moisturising range or Tesco's Nourisher Shampoo and Hydrator Conditioner (both pounds 2.
Or as the free world's greatest nourisher of democracy-fighter's minds would put it: Quack, quack, oops.

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