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Synonyms for Foster

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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Another misconception is that infants cannot be adopted through foster care, which isn't true, Rosenberg said.
What are some misconceptions people have about the foster care system?
But Catholic Charities may now be in the minority as a growing number of agencies wake up to the reality that they need any and all potential foster homes, including those led by gays and lesbians.
Across the UK there is a desperate need for foster carers.
Vickers also takes Foster to task on literary and stylistic grounds.
It wasn't that traditional direct mail didn't work for us," Foster continued, "but at response rates of a half percent, it takes almost forever to build a subscription list.
Foster includes representatives from most of the major denominations in Western Christianity.
Foster children have disproportionately greater health care needs than other children.
On October 22, 1996, still awaiting trial, Will Foster was filling the gas tank of his wife's car at a convenience store when a police car pulled up, ostensibly to cite him for failure to signal a turn.
For it is of course the "avant-garde at the end of the century" that Foster aims finally to legitimate.
Discussing the literature of the 1830s, which Foster identifies as a discourse of social welfare and moral improvement addressed to men and women, black and white, she analyzes writings by freeborn Northern urban women like Jarena Lee (1836), Ann Plato (1841), and Zilpha Elaw (1846) within multiple contexts, including the genre of spiritual autobiography and the American ideologies of gender in the first half of the nineteenth century.
Foster grew up in the grinding poverty of Philadelphia's Irish slums and started his working life--and his career as an agitator and organizer--on the railways.
There was a shortage of foster homes and insufficient funds.