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She has matured tremendously as a person and as a basketball player.
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Once technologies like that have matured, however, it will result in more powerful factories that are considerably smaller than those that already exist.
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NBC Sports also gets a 5% stake in PointsBet, whose shares mature in five years.
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“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.
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The logging industry owns 14% of California’s forest land and makes money by removing the mature trees, not the kindling.
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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.
WORDS RELATED TO MATURING
- beefing up
- fleshing out
- adding to
- making progress
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