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Part of what makes individuals unique are the combinations of genes and environmental influences that shape them — nature and nurture.
THE YEAR IN BIOLOGYJOHN RENNIEDECEMBER 23, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
I suggest dropping these folks into an email nurture campaign so that they are being engaged in an automated way until their behavior indicates that they are ready to be contacted by sales.
Leading athletes benefit from a complex, and interrelated, mixture of nature and nurture.
As for the second question on nature versus nurture, this study can’t answer it.
Instead of jumping into a seemingly endless academic scrum over “nature versus nurture,” they studied how children actually develop over years and decades.
They troubled themselves with no theories of education, but mingled gentle nurture with “wholesome neglect.”
ERIC, OR LITTLE BY LITTLEFREDERIC W. FARRAR
Anxious, to excess, to bring them up in orthodox nurture and admonition: and this is how they reward me, Herr Feldzeugmeister!
In making such a sacrifice they are but repaying the debt of nurture.
AMERICAN SKETCHESCHARLES WHIBLEY
Sane, honorable evangelism never excludes Christian nurture any more than the sunlight obviates the necessity of soil cultivation.
THE UNITED SEASROBERT W. ROGERS
If he does break silence it will probably be in terms of the religious cult that has given him nurture.

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