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Definition of Fosterling

Fosterling
Fosterling Fos"ter*ling, n. [AS. f[=o]storling.] A foster child.

Meaning of Fosterling from wikipedia

- Fosterage, the practice of a family bringing up a child not their own, differs from adoption in that the child's parents, not the foster-parents, remain...
- of Scotland, son of Robert the Bruce. She was the niece (and possibly fosterling) of Agnes Randolph, Countess of Dunbar and March. Her mother was Isabella...
- Ireland, in 1972. As a teenager she grew up with her aunt and uncle as a fosterling in Kenmare, County Kerry. She studied marketing before working as a stand-up...
- Gallant Heart, The Round of Life, Our Little Town, From Jane to John, The Fosterling, Stubborn Earth were published between 1928 and 1951. In 1938 the three...
- print by Gollancz in 2002. The book tells the story of Skafloc, elven-fosterling and originally son of Orm the Strong. The story begins with the marriage...
- Prospect A Retrospect The Rescue Wheels within Wheels The Sounds of Rain Fosterling PART II - SQUARINGS 1: Lightenings Lightenings i Lightenings ii Lightenings...
- Tu then put Cheng under his protection and adopted his baby son as his fosterling. 15 years later, another Emperor ascended the throne. A young Chao Wu...
- letters, closely followed by "Boxkampfjuryschützlinge" (box fight jury fosterlings) and "Zwölftonmusikbücherjagd" (twelve-tone music book chase) with 23...
- the King's Cup at the Australian Rowing Championships. In those crews Fosterling saw six King's Cup victories and five times placed second. In 2011 and...
- as Lord Lorne, the son of the marquis of Argyll was also a Glenorchy fosterling. This relationship perhaps explains the presence of Campbells in the same...