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growing pains

noun as in adolescent pain

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This situation is emblematic of the growing pains Twitch has experienced as its user base widens.

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However, the trend may be not only a signal that there’s a retirement age for esports athletes, like with traditional athletes, but also a sign that esports has reached its growing pains phase.

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The free, ad-supported streaming TV market has reached its growing pains phase.

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I think the news industry is going through digital growing pains and will come out the other side stronger and better.

That said, movement leaders are braced for further growing pains.

But I have a hunch that Sullivan will survive the growing pains and emerge as one of the leading blues stars of his generation.

Maybe her "hollywood makeover" is having some growing pains.

The response included denouncements from his Growing Pains costars Tracey Gold and Alan Thicke.

The ways of teachers like rainy days and growing pains belong to the inexplicable and inevitable.

His mind suffered growing-pains, as young minds of any intellectual and poetic worth needs must.

In the long years of its growth and success the Senate Hotel had known the usual growing pains.

Another boat comes in to be lengthened: it has growing-pains, and wants assistance.

It must be easier to talk to such a one about Matilda's stomach, and the growing pains in Fanny's legs, than to a young bachelor.


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