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Working as a doctor treating refugees at Mission Hospital, she created in 1989 the Shuhada Organization and Clinic in Quetta, Pakistan — which treated Afghan women and girls, healing them physically and nourishing them academically.This Afghan Crusader Should Have Beaten Obama for the Nobel|Nick Fouriezos|October 11, 2020|Ozy
If you’re looking to avoid sulfates, parabens, or sodium chloride, then this nourishing scrub is for you.Scalp scrubs that banish scaly patches and build-up|PopSci Commerce Team|September 4, 2020|Popular Science
One hormone called estrogen equips female bodies to release eggs and nourish a developing fetus.
Our brains falsely attribute the quality of breakfast to these items, perhaps to encourage us to eat them and thereby nourish ourselves.The Hard Problem of Breakfast - Issue 88: Love & Sex|Jonathan Bines|August 5, 2020|Nautilus
The hornet then carries this treat home to nourish young hornets.
No trained medical provider could possibly expect to nourish a patient this way.‘Rectal Feeding’ Has Nothing to Do with Nutrition, Everything to Do with Torture|Russell Saunders|December 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
These micromoments, our research shows, nourish both you and the other person.
Breivik, currently cooperating with Norwegian police officials, may continue to nourish a similar attitude toward his own actions.
He spoke of “government that would not enslave the human spirit, but free it and nourish it throughout the generations.”
They nourish them with bitter commentary, and they nurse their grievances like they would feed a bottle to a starving infant.
In these cases the attempt has also been made to nourish by subcutaneous injections of food.
“This is my authority,” exclaimed George, suddenly whipping out his sword with a nourish.The Cruise of the Nonsuch Buccaneer|Harry Collingwood
When I blow on the tinder my object is to nourish the flame.The Story of a Tinder-box|Charles Meymott Tidy
He had no such preponderance of force as would enable him to nourish it up to the point of perfect continuity.Some Principles of Maritime Strategy|Julian Stafford Corbett
Nourish its flame, destroy its mind, Thus do the blind mislead the blind, Even with a mother's love.Mabel, Vol. I (of 3)|Emma Warburton