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Caring for employees has never been harder, therefore, or more ripe for change.

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Silbert, however, believes the opportunity is ripe for North American crypto firms to reclaim a significant share of the world’s mining power.

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For each region, the team determined whether conditions were ripe for a flare-inducing double-arc instability, and then aimed to predict the most powerful flares the sun produces, called X-class flares.

The moment was ripe for a novel statewide organizing approach.

He had the insight to tell when infrared technology, formerly the province of the experts, was ripe for routine use in a big project.

The time is ripe—and right—for action to begin that would divest Russia of the World Cup and award it to another nation.

Police sources informed  Reforma that both action are considered “high risk” and ripe for “anarchist infiltration.”

In 1968, at the ripe age of 14, I was at the Miami convention carrying my Rockefeller sign on the convention floor.

But one issue, intriguingly, seems ripe for genuine bipartisan cooperation: criminal justice reform.

The Judge is currently set for an October 10 release date, a ripe calendar spot for a potential Oscar run.

I prayed for her before the temple, and unto the very end I will seek after her, and she flourished as a grape soon ripe.

Perhaps another reason may be named in the wood being so ripe and dry as to permit free vibration.

They soon reached a small island where ripe fruits were abundant, and where they could provide fresh supplies for the ships.

Christianity spread rapidly because the Roman Empire was ripe for a new religion.

When the leaf is ripe, it gets yellow spots on it; and on bending the leaf it cracks.


On this page you'll find 86 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ripe, such as: mature, overdue, plump, prepared, ready, and accomplished.

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