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Dove positions its Body Nourishers collection as being grounded in science and a lot of consumer insight.
But a few sentences later Doelman remarks, "James recognized the role of women in propagating Roman Catholicism, lashing out at them as 'the nourishers of papistry in this kingdom'" (121).
NAIL NOURISHERS Oysters: Along with other shellfish, oysters can help in the development of a smooth, even nail plate free from ridges and bumps.
The furies, nourishers of crimes, demand to have Incense and altars, and insist that prayers be raised To tyrants of the night.
They may have rotten cores and be no good for construction materials for the Japanese market, he said, but they have many roles to play in the forest ecosystem: as habitat for birds and insects, and eventually as nourishers of the soil.

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