Prepositions after "nurture"

"nurture by" or "nurture in"?

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    In 42% of cases nurture by is used
    The seeds of totalitarian regimes are nurtured by misery and want.
    Those dispositions must be fostered and nurtured by word and study and by the power of example.
    The militant Deobandi zealots, raised encouraged and nurtured by the Pakistani establishment (i.
    The main weapon used by them to strangle Sri Lanka is the Tamil racism created and nurtured by them.
    Let us not forget the culture of corruption has been nurtured by congress and its offsprings for 60 years.
    Self-taught, Kato's curiosity in guitar was nurtured by an emerging online community of musicians on YouTube.
    It is lovingly nurtured by the Latin American left and refreshed from time to time by contributions to the literature and Mr.
    I started paying attention more to the news and I realized that this new more open form of racism has been planted and nurtured by the media.
    Of these many were nurtured by colonial authorities and their settler allies in order to deter manifestations of Islamic unity in the face of alien occupation.

    In 22% of cases nurture in is used
    These future leaders of the nation are being nurtured in a corrupt environment.
    Most of the trade unions in Sri Lanka have been nurtured in this social democratic tradition.
    Its particular geographical location, its flourishing trade and commerce, its arts and crafts, nurtured in unbroken peace, assured its continued prosperity.
    Burgeoned and nurtured in Church, Mimi's singing talents and dexterities shone all through her teenage years and are bursting at the seams, ready to be unveiled to the world.
    The common citizen of this country is not bigoted but generous and compassionate and nurtured in a tradition of tolerance intrinsic to all faiths that nourish our composite cultures.

    In 7% of cases nurture over is used
    The Indian firm may not have the vision to go beyond the existing list of contacts that they have nurtured over time.
    Such is its cultural nationalism nurtured over the years that it does not want the Muslim minority, perhaps also other minorities, to exist in the country.

    In 7% of cases nurture through is used
    These young students are musically nurtured through children's songs and games.
    It is beginning and must be nurtured through the coming generations to allow this city to flourish.
    Binet believed that self criticism was a central factor in intelligence, that it is not inborn but must be nurtured through education.

    In 5% of cases nurture with is used
    It is grown, developed, fed and nurtured with care.

    In 3% of cases nurture during is used
    How each intelligence is nurtured during the first years of life will also affect how that intelligence develops within its given possibilities.

    In 3% of cases nurture for is used
    Maybe it's as simple as reconnecting with the safety of the womb, where we felt the comfort of being fully supported and nurtured for the first time.

    In 2% of cases nurture against is used
    So it is now implodingand being consumed by the medieval and tribal hatred it nurtured against India.

    In 2% of cases nurture as is used
    Woman is made to nurture as the male they marry sometimes acts like a baby, mostly so when they are sick.

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