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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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This year was better than ever with many fostering services holding fostering information events, as well as family-friendly events like the Foster Walks, which raised funds for The Fostering Network's work transforming fostered children's lives.
In 1990, she founded the Rowell Foster Children's Positive Plan, which offers services in fine arts, education, healthcare, financial literacy, internship opportunities, cultural enrichment, and family support to young people living in foster care.
Keane, now 57, gave up her studio apartment in the city, used her retirement money for a down payment on an old Victorian house in suburban Yonkers, and renovated it as a 12-bedroom foster home for girls.
Foster children want the same things in life as other children-success at school, a good job, and a happy family.
After a series of impressive successes with his Shaxicon, and his much-publicized identification of Joe Klein as the author of Primary Colors when that author was still denying his having written it, Foster thus admitted defeat on this occasion.