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noun as in evolution

noun as in evolvement

noun as in gestation

noun as in matter

noun as in pus

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The Future of TV Briefing this week looks at how the free, ad-supported streaming TV market has entered a new era in its maturation.

From Digiday

Flow-enhanced vascularization and maturation of kidney organoids in vitro.

So for these women, researchers had to find ways to bring a bunch of eggs to maturity all at once and outside the body — a technique known as in vitro maturation.

This series — and the entire season — has been another step in the maturation of the Wizards’ franchise player.

Not all of them, but there’s an opportunity based on the growth we’re seeing now and the maturation of how they’re using it.

From Digiday

“The influence of the oak maturation casks on the final character of The Macallan is vital,” says MacPherson.

Therefore in our view we need to talk about our wood management before any other factor in the maturation of The Macallan.

As someone who supports this basic agenda, I am heartened to see this maturation, and the shift in power that has come with it.

But as Vaillant aged with the men, he discovered that even his modified model of maturation needed modification.

Vaillant began with the old Eriksonian model, in which maturation is equated with a deepening capacity for love and work.

A few eruptions shewed themselves on the forehead, but they very soon disappeared without advancing to maturation.

This is called maturation, or the maturation division, and the new cells have only half the original number of chromosomes.

We now know very well certain signs which appear upon the maturation of the ovum, of which we shall not say more here.

This alteration of pressure and vacuum is continued until the desired maturation is obtained.

Its maturation does not take more than a year, and is accomplished sometimes in nine months.


On this page you'll find 361 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to maturation, such as: advancement, evolution, expansion, improvement, increase, and progress.

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