Mark Andrew Foster (born 12 May 1970) is an English former competitive swimmer who represented Great Britain in the Olympics and world championships, and swam for England in the Commonwealth Games. Foster is a former world champion and won multiple medals in international competition during his long career.
Mark Foster. A sex god who is also the lead singer of Foster The People. Foster The People is the greatest band known to man.
Mark Derek Foster (born February 29, 1984) is an American singer, songwriter, and musician, best known as the lead singer of the band Foster the People.
Mark Forster (author) The system instructs the individual to simply write tasks sequentially in a notebook, and then follow mechanical rules to go through the list choosing tasks to work on. The process is designed to promote intuitive decision making and evaluation of what tasks to work on.
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Mark Foster, now 47, is a former world champion swimmer who represented the UK at the Olympics and Commonwealth Games. In an interview with the Guardian, Foster publicly acknowledged that he is ...
Mark Foster, pictured near his home in Hertfordshire. ‘I got really good at the dance of telling half-truths’ says the former Olympian. Photograph: Tom Jenkins/The Guardian Sunlight streams ...
Kids Definition of foster (Entry 2 of 2) 1 : to give parental care to 2 : to help the growth and development of We're trying to foster a sense of responsibility.
Foster The Peoplemusic. Made songs such as Pumped Up Kicks, which was popular during the summer of 2011, and Helena Beat. The entire album 'Torches' is very good, receiving great reviews from critics overall. The band is made up of Mark Foster, who does vocals, Mark Pontius, who does the drums and Cubbie Fink who does the bass guitar.
verb (tr) to promote the growth or development of. to bring up (a child, etc); rear. to cherish (a plan, hope, etc) in one's mind. mainly British to place (a child) in the care of foster parents. to bring up under fosterage.