Top 10 similar words or synonyms for nurturer

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for nurturer

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The Nurturer "All compositions by Geri Allen except as indicated"
The Nurturer The Nurturer is an album by pianist Geri Allen recorded in 1990 and released on the Blue Note label.
The Nurturer Allmusic awarded the album 4½ stars calling it "A fine example of Geri Allen's advanced music (which holds on to tradition without merely recreating the past)".
Ashok Agrawala In a research study,he was recognized to be the 27th top nurturer in Computer Science in the world
Womanhouse Present in the kitchen are plates of food under a line of light bulbs, resembling it to a factory worker's assembly line. This highlights the dehumanizing aspects of a woman's role as nurturer.
Of Thick Tum Track listing notes: "Yakboy=Enabler" is not an alternate mix of the album version of "Yakboy=Nurturer"; it is an entirely different recording of the first section of the song.
Matt Gillies In 1959, Gillies signed then-unknown 22-year-old goalkeeper Gordon Banks from Chesterfield for just £7,000. He also signed club stalwarts Dave Gibson, Mike Stringfellow, Lenny Glover and Derek Dougan. He was known as a fine nurturer and scout of young talent, bringing along Peter Shilton, Frank McLintock, Graham Cross and David Nish.
White Teeth Joyce is a horticulturalist, writer, and the wife of Marcus Chalfen. She has four sons, all of whom adore her fiercely. Joyce is a natural nurturer and constantly feels the need to care for things and people. From the moment they meet, Millat entrances Joyce, and she feels the need to mother him and pander to his needs.
Kourotrophos Kourotrophos (, "child nurturer") is the name that was given in ancient Greece to gods and goddesses whose properties included their ability to protect young people. Such gods called by this adjective included Athena, Apollo, Hermes, Hecate, Aphrodite, Artemis, etc., and were usually depicted holding a baby in their arms.
The Empress (Tarot card) The Empress is mother, a creator and nurturer. In many decks she can be shown as pregnant. She can represent the creation of life, romance, art, or business. The Empress can represent the germination of an idea before it is ready to be fully born, and the need to be receptive to change.