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The migration path has been to move applications that are least risky first, and with cloud technology rapidly maturing they have been able to accelerate these efforts.
She has matured tremendously as a person and as a basketball player.
Of course, by 2016, the market was already mature — particularly for Android phones.
Buy nowAs the gravel genre has matured, some bike features have become standardized.
Once technologies like that have matured, however, it will result in more powerful factories that are considerably smaller than those that already exist.
NBC Sports also gets a 5% stake in PointsBet, whose shares mature in five years.
“These concepts will help us explore and mature the design and layout of the world’s first climate-neutral, zero-emission commercial aircraft, which we aim to put into service by 2035,” said Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury in a statement.
The logging industry owns 14% of California’s forest land and makes money by removing the mature trees, not the kindling.
The color of the plants while growing, is a dark rich green, and they are of a uniform size, maturing slowly but thoroughly.
Plants that are slow in maturing never (p. 442) make fine wrapping leaves or show a good color.

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