Foster

[adj] - providing or receiving nurture or parental care though not related by blood or legal ties 2. [n] - United States songwriter whose songs embody the sentiment of the South before the American Civil War (1826-1864) 3. [v] - promote the growth of 4. [v] - bring up under fosterage 5. [v] - help develop, help grow
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Foster

• (n.) A forester. • (v. i.) To be nourished or trained up together. • (v. t.) To feed; to nourish; to support; to bring up. • (v. t.) Relating to nourishment; affording, receiving, or sharing nourishment or nurture; -- applied to father, mother, child, brother, etc., to indicate that the person so called stands in the relation ...
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foster

surrogate adjective providing or receiving nurture or parental care though not related by blood or legal ties; `foster parent`; `foster child`; `foster home`; `surrogate father`
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Foster

[crater] ==Satellite craters== By convention these features are identified on lunar maps by placing the letter on the side of the crater midpoint that is closest to Foster. ...
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Foster

[CTA station] ==History== ===Structure=== Like the rest of the `L` tracks north of the Wilson station, Foster is elevated on a solid fill embankment, unlike the steel structure commonly associated with the `L`. It lacks a formal station house; two staircases on the south side of Foster Street lead up to a small area containing a customer as...
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Foster

Fos'ter adjective [ Anglo-Saxon fōster , fōstor , nourishment. See Foster , transitive verb ] Relating to nourishment; affording, receiving, or sharing nourishment or nurture; -- applied to father, mother, child, brother, etc., to indicate that...
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Foster

Fos'ter intransitive verb To be nourished or trained up together. [ Obsolete] Spenser.
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Foster

Fos'ter noun A forester. [ Obsolete] Spenser.
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Foster

Fos'ter transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Fostered , present participle & verbal noun Fostering .] [ Middle English fostren , from Anglo-Saxon fōster , fōstor , food, nourishment, from f...
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Foster

An individual pig that is available for adoption or sale.
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Foster

Foster is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `woodsman, woods` The name Foster is most commonly given to American boys. Although in most countries Foster is a name given to boys. In the United States, 1 out of 25 Foster`s are girls. What do they use in other countries? Forrest (English) Forest (English) The name sounds like: Vester,...
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Foster

Fostering rabbit kits is the act of placing newborn baby rabbits with a different mother doe.
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foster

help develop, help grow
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foster

help develop, help grow
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foster

nurture care for 
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foster

promote the growth of
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foster

promote the growth of
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foster

providing nurture though not related by blood or legal ties
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foster

providing nurture though not related by blood or legal ties
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foster

Relating to nourishment; affording, receiving, or sharing nourishment or nurture; applied to father, mother, child, brother, etc, to indicate that the person so called stands in the relation of parent, child, brother, etc, as regards sustenance and nurture, but not by tie of blood. Foster babe, or child, an infant of child nursed by a woman not its...
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