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  • noun Plural form of growth.


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  • The next day, I had re-tasted some of the 2001 1st growths from the remainder of one or two of the 1st growths and they tasted better than the WOTN.

    Tasting Bordeaux 2005 blind with Robert Parker | Dr Vino's wine blog 2009

  • They satisfy themselves with the thin growths of their own vineyards, quantity compensating for quality.

    Glimpses of Life and Manners in Persia 1856

  • He called out all the monks at Övid, and when they saw that this plant bloomed on Christmas Eve, when all the other growths were as if dead, they understood that this flower had in truth been plucked by Abbot Hans from the Christmas garden in Göinge forest.

    The Girl from the Marsh Croft 1910

  • The growths are a medical mystery, and symptoms can come suddenly.

    The Shad Plank 2010

  • If you compare it with year-over-year, this quarter previous year and 2009 Q2 previous year, again the growths were the same. Home Page 2010

  • What we have to decide first is what do we do with the cash proceeds then first to puts things in order we are looking at the opportunities in terms of external growths, which is a process, which take some time that we are currently carrying out.

    unknown title 2009

  • These lending firms at the present offer persons explanation and economic for incomplete rest home growths, which is on the increase given that the steady influx of tourism.

    MyLinkVault Newest Links 2008

  • I would make sure said lass is in the hands of a competent physician since "growths" in the intestines are nothing to be trifled with.

    Michael R. Eades, M.D.: Ditch your NSAID meds 2006

  • At first, she thought that they were some kind of growths, like the spiny objects back in the "rock garden" area-but then she saw one moving.

    If I Pay Thee Not In Gold Lackey, Mercedes 1993

  • For richness of colour and diversity of design some of the lovely corals and sponges, which seem to counterfeit the inventions and contrivances of man, and the algae, and those anomalous "growths" which fixedly adhere to the under surface of stones and blocks of coral debris, are not to be surpassed.

    My Tropic Isle 1887


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