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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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Researchers do not know why some people outgrow stuttering and others do not.
Most importantly, the Outgrow program uses proprietary demand forecasting and supply planning tech that ensures WayCool Foods can procure 100 per cent of the stock coming from a farmer's land while mapping it directly to a specific liquidation plan.
At follow-up, the difference in asthma rates was no longer statistically significant: of those who outgrew their egg allergy, 7/13 had asthma (53.8%), and of those who did not outgrow their egg allergy, 4/5 had asthma (80.0%; p=0.33).
(3) Children with a history of severe reactions were less likely to outgrow their allergy.
"But I also have to give balance to that and recognise there will come a time when that type of player will sometimes outgrow your football club.
The market growth is projected at 71% and the company aims to outgrow it also in this segment.
"Not only do more kids have allergies, but fewer of them outgrow their allergies, and those who do, do so later than before."
explaining that people may have a problem if they outgrow their space.
The contract includes "off ramps" for companies that outgrow one of the tiers to move up to a higher one or for firms that outgrow small business size standards to be dropped from the GWAC.
If and when we outgrow them, let's move on, let's evolve into truths that are a little closer to the reality of God and God's love for us.
In truth, most children outgrow those seats, but are still too small to be safe with seat belts designed for adults.