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use "nurture" in a sentence

To me, they are the best way for a company to attract and nurture talent.

Chosen well, food can even resolve the long-smoldering nature/nurture debate.

This person seems qualified to raise and nurture tinier versions of themselves!

In the nature-versus-nurture debate, there is no doubt that nature is the winner.

Is it nurture or nature and do we allow someone to make these decisions? he said.

Earnest says the invitation was offered as a way for Ahmed to "nurture that intellectual curiosity."

What drove him was a desire to nurture self-reliance and security among communities of freed people.

He even managed to open the bar's doors Monday night, he said, in a bid to nurture community spirit.

A study done by British researchers in 1995 determined that a sense of humor was dependant upon nurture, not nature.

Gerald Ford once observed that there are no adequate substitutes for father, mother, and children bound together in a loving commitment to nurture and protect.

Tennessee Ernie Ford once remarked, "Do you want to be successful? Nurture your talent."

Benjamin Disraeli once advised, "Nurture your mind with great thoughts, to believe in the heroic makes heroes."

Gerald Ford once observed that there are no adequate substitutes for father, mother, and children bound together in a loving commitment to nurture and protect.

“Teacher Nurture My Heart: Igniting the Greatness of Every Student”.

Studies show that women's work in the labor force parallels their work at home, they nurture others, cook and serve food, etc.

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