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outgrow

verb To change the relationship with a condition or structure by dint of ↑ age or size; while children outgrow clothing, and certain behaviors, they rarely outgrow diseases–eg, asthma
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This is the first time we're able to have our full employee group together in one place since we outgrew our place in Pasadena more than a year ago,'' Paez said.
My own son had childhood asthma, although he outgrew it,'' said series executive producer Carol Greenwald.
Initially groomed in hotels, Batali outgrew the world of corporate kitchens early in his career.
When the firm outgrew its Madison Avenue facility, it moved to what had been Skyrink - huge ice-skating facility on the top floors of 450 West 33rd Street.
Institution outgrew previous system, needed student information system integration and uncompromising customer support
The company moved to its current home in Burbank in May 2000 after it outgrew its Silver Lake location.
While the yet-to-be built restaurant was viciously fought by the community, the company itself simply outgrew the space over the last few years and is searching for bigger and better digs in other Manhattan Island locations.
com, which began in July of 2002, quickly outgrew its first home, and in less than two years has outgrown its current LakeShore Towers office space, making the move imminent and necessary.
But fans quickly began gathering in the building's hallways for the broadcasts, and it quickly outgrew its space.
As one of the largest resellers of refurbished ATMs in the country, we simply outgrew our former location," said Woody Alderman, CEO of ACG ATM-Remarketers.
For the last three years, we have been at Ascension Evangelical Lutheran Church, and we kind of outgrew that because it is a church sanctuary,'' said Bonnie Boss, executive director.