The crops protect and nourish the soil and have led to a 300% increase in the coconut harvest.
During Easter Sunday Mass, a prayer, read in German, expressed hope that ‘soldiers, on all fronts, nourish in their mind and heart thoughts of peace and not of vendetta’.
These would be returned to the earth to nourish the soil and give thanks for the bounty.
Through self-deceptive language we nourish the illusion that death is a matter of choice, and therefore somehow meaningful.
Death brings death, and if old bones nourish and renew the soil, it's little comfort to the deceased.
Seeds also nourish kidney yin and are especially helpful with hormonal imbalances.
Supporters are beginning to nourish the hope that the 6-2 game may have been an aberration rather than a true reflection of their new defender's ability.
We can nourish no illusions that a call to the banner of human rights will bring sudden transformations in authoritarian societies.
The mulch is left on-site to control erosion until it degrades and helps nourish the soil, eliminating any hauling costs.
Many of these contain antioxidants - substances that protect and nourish brain cells.