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But fovere means "foster" or "nourish"; the result will or can be "growth" and "progress.
The project is a part of the company's roof lease programme in collaboration with Fovere Investments Inc.
1 from the Carmina in which a bath-house is described (my translation): "Nudus eat hospes, placeat cui ludere mecum / Atque fovere meo corpora fonte sua" (1-2) [Naked, the guest gets in, who enjoys playing with me and warms his body up in my water].
Otro sinonimo poco usado, es el de fosal, que significa cementerio, derivado del latin fossa, sepultura, proveniente del verbo fovere, cavar, al igual que la palabra rauda, para indicar un cementerio arabe.
Illi excitari iubent liberos ad studia obeunda mature, feriatis quoque diebus non patiuntur esse otiosos, et sudorem illis et interdum lacrimas excutiunt; at matres fovere in sinu, continere in umbra volunt, numquam contristari, numquam flere, numquam laborare.
On his left arm he had the words Amare et Fovere (To Love and To Cherish) placed alongside his tattoo of Victoria's name in Hindi.
In the left arm he has Amare et Fovere meaning to love and to cherish, a tribute to wife Victoria.
It is certainly possible to quibble about the English equivalents here used for the Latin originals, but the Latin words, no matter how translated, have to do with change--augere, accommodate, mutationes, nostra aetas, instaurare, and, not so clearly, fovere.
patiently pursues, not Augustine's theory of the imagination, but his complex use of three central image-clusters: omnia, a model of the spiritual and corporeal universe as "a structured hierarchy of all things"; peregrinatio animae, the wayfaring soul, as exemplified by the Prodigal and Odysseus; and fovere, God's providential care for the soul in transit.