Foster

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Foster

1. Jodie. born 1962, US film actress and director: her films include Taxi Driver (1976), The Accused (1988), The Silence of the Lambs (1990), Little Man Tate (1991; also directed), Nell (1995), and Panic Room (2002)
2. Norman, Baron. born 1935, British architect. His works include the Willis Faber building (1978) in Ipswich, Stansted Airport, Essex (1991), Chek Lap Kok Airport, Hong Kong (1998), the renovation of the Reichstag, Berlin (1999), and City Hall, London (2002)
3. Stephen Collins. 1826--64, US composer of songs such as The Old Folks at Home and Oh Susanna
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In a fit of drunkenness, instigated by an Athenian courtesan, Thais, he set fire to Persepolis, leaving it in ashes, and then put to death an innocent Parmenio, together with his son who was guilty of conspiracy, and finally murdered his elderly foster-brother, Clitus, in a drunken brawl, for praising Philip's accomplishments.
Two foster-brother cops plot to rob the New York subway's money train, but an attractive new policewoman on the beat and a pyromaniac serial killer on the loose provide them with something else to focus their attention on.
Born of earth, yet suckled by the sea; though hill and valley mothered me, ye billows are my foster-brothers.