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Biology the environmental factors that partly determine the structure of an organism
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In addition, he draws upon his own experiences as a parent in order to substantiate his contention that men are just as capable as women when it comes to functioning as daily caregivers and nurturers of children.
They are the farmers and nurturers, the entrepreneurs and educators, the healers and helpers who can contribute to food security and economic growth in the worlds most remote and vulnerable settings.
For that reason, the urban centres failed to appreciate the significance of these unknown nurturers, who constantly maintain the supply of vegetables, fruits, foodgrains, meat, milk and butter at their doorsteps.
We are supposed to be the fairer sex, the maternal ones, the nurturers.
The event, organised by the Nurturers of the Earth, Philippines, as vegetarian support group that promotes earth friendly parenting and lifestyle, with partners, World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA) aims to raise awareness about the importance of breastfeeding.
Though the herbs that are used in this indigenous fish nurturing practice are a common sight in the bush and environment on Lavongai Island, it is in the art of atu inavu (sardine nurturers) that they are known only to the specialist fish nurturers.
IS it because women are seen as nurturers that they get away with predatory sexual behaviour?
They give the history and contexts of the program, the describe balancing the dual roles of student coordinators as gatekeepers as well as nurturers, using professional standards as elements of interpretive space, understanding the dangers and rewards of preparing teachers of elementary mathematics, applying moral and intellectual authority in teaching, keeping real children at the center of study and construction of knowledge, instituting new roles for cooperating teachers in discovering and sharing knowledge, learning the practice of field-based teacher education, helping teachers become teacher educators, and finding values in the big university education school.
AN apology, on behalf of the human race, to any aliens out there who must be wondering what sort of life form they have discovered on the old Blue Planet and may be considering wiping it off the equivalent of their metaphorical shoes: "To whomsoever or whatever it may concern (no offence intended), It has admittedly not been a good week for the reputation of our females who are the half of our species specifically designed to be (and normally very efficient at being) life-givers and nurturers, kind and gentle in word and deed, and generally pleasing in appearance.
has launched a national advertising campaign celebrating and honoring women's roles as nurturers and caregivers.
Shoppers who buy character-licensed products in supermarkets tend to fall into three categories; nurturers, entertainers and compromisers, according to our cross-category research.
Medical experts say these figures could change dramatically if more women, who are nurturers by nature, took more time to take care of themselves first.

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