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properties acquired during a person's formative years

helping someone grow up to be an accepted member of the community

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The other speakers maintained that upbringing of a child was however a joint duty of not only the parents but also that of the whole family with a particular view to provide the mother with best of respect dignity, safety, comfort and open armed endorsement of her services.
Asked about her driving force on taking stands on social issues, Koechlin said: "I think my upbringing helped me to find my voice and opinion on things, developed a certain kind of sensibility.
On the other hand, the equally successful cyclists were just as chatty as the rowers, but in a cheeky, chirpy way, which suggested a more "ordinary", less privileged upbringing.
And now, we're taking Omo's support a step further by giving parents a sum of money that empowers them to give their children the best upbringing possible," said Waqas Javed, Unilever Gulf's director of food & beverages, home care & ice-cream.
He said that POCF member organizations were working on orphan care and upbringing through different programs including cash assistance, scholarships, orphanages, schooling, provision of school uniforms and books, health and nutritional support, coaching and counseling, food assistance and Eid gifts.
Upbringing underscores personal growth and development.
The federal child rights draft law protects the child from all forms of discrimination, violence, abuse and provides the best possibilities and conditions for good upbringing as well as protect children from all harm or ill-treatment.
In particular, according to him, the President posed a question critically concerning gradual replacement of upbringing in children s homes and boarding schools with upbringing in foster families and family type homes.
According to royal insiders, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge want Prince George raised away from the limelight akin to his mother's low-profile upbringing.
The workshop was organized as part of the BIPD's program for boosting the culture of democratization by the BIPD has always striven to develop a constructive vision for the role of the media in political upbringing and to spread awareness regarding political engagement and democratic values which should be embraced in the community the most important of which are the values of dialogue and exchanging of viewpoints.
The report highlighted the major challenges facing various upbringing institutions in the process of enhancing values of citizenship.
The 33-year-old has revealed that she wished her disabled son Harvey, nine, and her children by ex-husband Peter Andre, Junior, six, and four-year-old Princess, had a normal upbringing like other kids.
He said that the conference which was attended by representatives of international organizations and financial institutions in addition to scientists and experts from 48 Arab and foreign countries aimed at upbringing the young generation.
The family upbringing style has been studied as well.
I call upon all of you to improve the quality of child upbringing and to manifest a high level of culture," the President said.