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The princes had been named by their foster-father Bahman and Perviz, after two of the ancient kings of Persia, while the princess was called Parizade, or the child of the genii.
Nor can he be a foster-father," said the Abbe de Sponde, with a gravity which stopped the laughter.
Sir,' replied Haidee, `the Count of Monte Cristo, my foster-father, has been in Normandy the last three days.
The golden rays emanating from God as elderly Father suggest the same, as does the absence of Mary's husband--the often-styled foster-father Joseph--who fails to warrant an appearance.
THE foster-father of murdered schoolgirl Billie-Jo Jenkins said yesterday he was not "pointing the finger" at anyone after calls for police to reopen the investigation into her killing.
Cardiffian Gary Buckland, hoping to force himself into the British lightweight mix, keeps active with a six-rounder against Torquay's Iranian-born Ali Wyatt, whose foster-father, former pro Wally, hails from Newport.
Out in the country Simon encounters Olivier Houlet, an impossibly handsome Frenchman with a mane of hippy-length hair who has the job of foster-father to five cheetahs, all orphans being prepared for life in the wild.
MURDERED schoolgirl Billie-Jo Jenkins' foster-father has married an heiress.
Billie-Jo's foster-father Sion Jenkins, 46, is appealing against a murder conviction for bludgeoning his daughter to death seven years ago with a metal tent peg.