cherishment


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cherishment

(ˈtʃɛrɪʃmənt)
n
the act or process of cherishing
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Either figure may be male or female, or may include features of both, like a system of Christian angels who, rather than owning no sexual identity at all, may present as equally responsive to both genders and both bodily incarnations, in cherishment and in trust.
Maura was devoted to her Irish heritage with a strong belief in her church, cherishment in her family and grandchildren, enjoyment in walking and reading and travelling to Ireland.
Thus cherishment of utility for the owner of activity is possible with a provision of "tempering risk", as well as with a provision of "risking in the name of maximizing the value under creation".
Examples of liberal theology, the use of the religious tradition to cultivate democratic sensibilities and cherishment of tolerance and diversity do exist among Muslim intellectuals.
training children's cultural equipment, respect for others, cherishment for life, caring for oneself and ecology, and a world view.
As for the moral obligation of intellectual honesty, it involves the cherishment of freedom of expression, the pursuit of truth, and the avoidance of self-aggrandizement at the expense of colleagues.
In addition to fabulous markdowns on prices, shoppers will get the peace of mind knowing that their purchase can easily provide a lifetime's worth of use and cherishment.
That means customers will have four whole days to get beautiful dinnerware, serveware, bakeware, cookware and gift items that can provide a lifetime of use and cherishment.