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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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This is, once again, not surprising, but it’s a reminder that subtle differences in age matter when you’re comparing young people who haven’t reached physical maturity.
Sometimes she gets really, really high or low, and that comes with maturity.
Enders’s joining the Lilium board is a sign of the growing maturity of flying-car startups.
Here he was again Sunday morning, back in South Florida, on the video conference in a square adjacent to the square of Ohio State Coach Ryan Day, with Saban saying, “Our team has shown a lot of maturity and perseverance throughout the season.”
A democracy’s maturity and solidity, however, is measured by its institutions’ capacity to resist these claims of democracy’s destruction.
For girl children, the loss, especially when young, can be crippling and stunt emotional maturity and security.
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“Different clients are on on different scales and maturity,” said Olivieri.
The Hubble Space Telescope turned 30, and celebrated its maturity by giving us 30 spectacular new snaps.
There’s a maturity to his game that it seems like at every level, when he was playing as a youth and then into his mid- to late teens, he was always playing against bigger guys and getting it done against those guys.
“There has been this evolution and maturity of the tech ecosystem that has been really meaningful, that has attracted us to want to put down boots on the ground and be more invested in Europe than ever before,” said Sequoia partner Matt Miller.

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