“The nature of his songs are about humanity, nurturing, caring,” says Sonenberg.
And Arnault spent more than 20 years nurturing the Christian Lacroix label before he finally surrendered and sold it.
He tells Lloyd Grove about his “nurturing” brother Rahm, fighting off bullies in Chicago, and why he disdains “bowtie Jews.”
On the opposite end of the spectrum are two other standout works, which depict Mary as a loving, nurturing mother.
Women know coming to me is a soothing and nurturing experience that compliments the styles I give them.
Nursing has long been associated with the idea of mothering, when mothering is understood as nurturing the personhood of another.
Had I been instrumental in nurturing those flowers of the heart?
Should not allFreely, alike, his nurturing guidance share?Are any worthier?
Perhaps it is just as well, for we are novices at nurturing even yet!
Neither can one touch upon the nurturing of the industry by nuns in convents, by workers subsidised by State grants, and so forth.