Barneys New York was the first to carry her and cultivate her customer base.
The ban was imposed by prime minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto in a populist effort to cultivate the religious right.
He speaks to The Daily Beast about how to cultivate your inner light bulb.
Her mission is to cultivate personal satisfaction and healthier living through home cooking.
With Bruce Wayne out of the picture, Dick Grayson is free to cultivate that hitherto underdeveloped aspect of his abilities.
He saw them cultivate the soil and tend their herds of cattle and horses and hogs.
They were not devices to cultivate or gratify licentiousness.
I will cultivate the orchard for forty years in this county if they live so long.
Did you hear her ask if they were going to cultivate cucumbers in the open?
Or would he try to cultivate both without sufficient hands to do either well?
early 17c., from Medieval Latin cultivatus, past participle of cultivare, from Late Latin cultivus "tilled," from Latin cultus (see cult). Figurative sense of "improve by training or education" is from 1680s. Related: Cultivable; cultivated; cultivating.