Two populist nationalists who praise the institutions that nurtured them and see them as synonymous with the state.
One hopes they will be nurtured and continue to grow, whichever candidate emerges victorious next Tuesday.
They laid the groundwork for and nurtured nearly two thousand of years of anti-Semitism.
Its reporting and commentary on politics, society, and arts and letters have nurtured a broad liberal spirit in our national life.
“The golden age of Parisian smiles nurtured, and was nurtured by, the rise of dentistry as a vocation,” writes Jones.
War is seen to be but a symptom, a horrible outbreak of malignant forces, which we have nurtured and harboured in times of peace.
He had lived with it, nurtured it, clipped it, groomed it—for thirty-two years.
Not induced or fed or nurtured by any political interests, with a capital P, on behalf of any group?
Harold ran off at once, true to the stern system of discipline in which he had been nurtured.
It had been engendered, nurtured, and matured by the mode of life she had been compelled to adopt.