Pediatrics A period of rapid growth in middle adolescence; ♀ ↑ ±8 cm/yr ±age 12; ♂ ↑ ±10 cm/yr ± age 14; GS is orderly, affecting acral parts–ie, hands and feet grow before proximal regions, partly explaining adolescent clumsiness
Lead author Dr Mark Swinbank, in the Institute for Computational Cosmology, at Durham University, said: "This galaxy is like a teenager going through a growth spurt. If you could see it today as an adult you'd find the galactic equivalent of the football player Peter Crouch.
Like PGCC, Camden County College, located in southern New Jersey near Philadelphia, has seen significant enrollment increases and is undergoing a physical growth spurt. At the main Blackwood location, $83 million in master plan updates are helping to make the campus more unified.
THIRTEEN YEARS AFTER ITS BALLYHOOED emergence in San Diego and Tijuana, "inSite" is approaching art-world adolescence and, like many confused, hormone-addled young adults, finds itself experiencing both a growth spurt and something of an identity crisis.
11,2001, growth spurt in the United States, the hungry Bermuda market turned its gaze to Europe, where the straggles of domestic players opened the field in a less litigious environment than the United States.