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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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In his new book, Outgrowing the Earth, analyst Lester Brown (founder and president of the Earth Policy Institute and the American Humanist Association's 1991 Humanist of the Year) warns readers about the deadly consequences of this growing food insecurity.
Based on the findings, the researchers recommend that patients eat concentrated forms of peanuts at least once a month after outgrowing their peanut allergy to maintain their tolerance to peanuts.
Jody Heyes, a real estate agent and president of the public information group Save the Conejo 2000, agreed that parents are also concerned about the volume of students outgrowing the facilities.
With a permanent collection of more than 30 million specimens and cultural artifacts and a scientific staff of more than 200 in research divisions in Anthropology, Paleontology, Invertebrate and Vertebrate Zoology, and the Physical Sciences, the Museum found that its data was quickly outgrowing its existing direct-attached storage environment.
Where we have a market and technological strength on a global basis, with a strong possibility of profitably outgrowing the market, we will put these businesses on a growth footing," he said.
Homeowners that have purchased a home that they wish to remodel or significantly expand, or families that are outgrowing their current home and would like to add more space, can now get a Construction Second Mortgage from Webster based not on the current value of the property but on its future value.
Wade Cook Financial Corporation has experienced tremendous growth in the last two years and is quickly outgrowing its current data system.
Merdian bases her HOLD rating on the product standardization and operational consolidation currently underway at the company, which will absorb management resources in the near term but, when completed, will result in revenues outgrowing expenses by 3% per year.