Foster


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to promote and sustain the development of

to help bring about

Synonyms for Foster

United States songwriter whose songs embody the sentiment of the South before the American Civil War (1826-1864)

promote the growth of

bring up under fosterage

providing or receiving nurture or parental care though not related by blood or legal ties

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This award has been made within the framework of an existing project management consultancy (PMC) contract awarded to Foster Wheeler France by CJSC Nizhnekamsk Refinery in 2005.
Her resilience is inspiring and also indicative of the tremendous potential foster youth possess - a potential that too often is lost in the inattention and communal neglect that marks life in foster care.
In her new role, Foster said she would work hard to educate people about the wonderful community she calls home and protect the interest of small businesses as the new mall comes on line; she vowed to be a managed-growth advocate and cited a commitment to public safety.
Foster Wheeler's SYDEC(SM) process is a thermal conversion process used by refineries worldwide to upgrade heavy residue feed and process it into high value transport fuels.
That follows a record five foster child homicides in both 2001 and 2002, followed by two slayings last year.
If any of your readers would like information on how to become a foster carer please visit www.
It's really frustrating for me as an adoptions coordinator to see middle- and upper-class families not think about foster care adoption when they begin to think about adopting.
Until we can find a mentor, foster parent, or adoptive family for each child, we're going to see unfortunate circumstances.
Years later Keane, who went on to foster many young girls and is now the Family Permanency Advocate at You Gotta Believe, a New York-based adoption placement agency for teenagers, learned that officials at the foster care agency she had dealt with--like many around the country at the time--were probably homophobic.
During the two weeks, fostering services around the UK hold events and promote in their communities and through their local media the urgent need for more foster carers.
Perhaps it is this concurrence of critical opinion that persuaded Foster that the jig was up; he did not have Vickers's book in hand when he conceded defeat, but he evidently sensed what was coming.
Right now, black children make up two-thirds of those in foster care but only a fifth of the state's total population under 18.
Weinstein ruled that New York City's child welfare department violated the constitutional rights of battered mothers by routinely and unnecessarily placing their children in foster care.
John and I being 'left' in politics," Foster explained, "we decided if the revolution wasn't coming in the U.
Richard Foster, founder of RenovarE, an organization dedicated to church renewal, has written several popular books on the spiritual disciplines.