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It is not a tongue for men of sweet birth and delicate upbringing.
If you should bring him up until he reach the full measure of youth, any one of womankind that sees you will straightway envy you, so great reward would I give for his upbringing.
Harvey whistled, but at heart he was rather pleased to think that his upbringing had cost so much.
The fellow was a mongrel type, a Glasgow Irishman by birth and upbringing, but he had been in South Africa for years, and he certainly knew the country very well.
Nigeria still needs to do more in the area of maternity and child upbringing because many of the societal malaise we are experiencing today are rooted in poor motherhood.
ISLAMABAD:Nazria Pakistan Council (NPC) on Friday organized "lively dialogue on mother's role in upbringing of a child" aimed at highlighting the importance of education knowledge of Islamic values and motherhood in upbringing of a child.
ISLAMABAD -- Nazria Pakistan Council (NPC) on Friday organized 'lively dialogue on mother's role in upbringing of a child' aimed at highlighting the importance of education knowledge of Islamic values and motherhood in upbringing of a child.
Summary: National award-winning actress says her upbringing and cultural consciousness helped her to become an opinionated person
Their backstories and upbringing were so 'exotic' and unusual that some people fretted that they may not grow up into 'psychologically healthy' adults.
Upbringing starts from the cradle with a good upbringing and rules to obey, this puts them on a good footing through life.
In his interviews he is brutally honest about his upbringing and his continuing need to prove himself, to show the world that he's a bit more than just one of the pack.
Indian Boyhood: The True Story of a Sioux Upbringing is adapted by Michael Oren Fitzgerald and illustrated by Heidi M.