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(biology) the process of an individual organism growing organically

a progression from simpler to more complex forms

vegetation that has grown

the gradual beginning or coming forth

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(pathology) an abnormal proliferation of tissue (as in a tumor)

something grown or growing

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I will here only allude to what may be called correlation of growth.
But here, I think the general remonstrance, 'we are a new country,' which is so often advanced as an excuse for defects which are quite unjustifiable, as being, of right, only the slow growth of an old one, may be very reasonably urged: and I yet hope to hear of there being some other national amusement in the United States, besides newspaper politics.
Also, to declare how astounded I have been by the amazing changes I have seen around me on every side, - changes moral, changes physical, changes in the amount of land subdued and peopled, changes in the rise of vast new cities, changes in the growth of older cities almost out of recognition, changes in the graces and amenities of life, changes in the Press, without whose advancement no advancement can take place anywhere.
For the next three years, market growths through 2003 were soft with minimal or no growth in the primary markets.
After a decade of significant growth in the 1990s, the structured cabling systems market has struggled in recent times and the market has stalled.
By 2004, the market recovered slightly with a small single-digit positive growth primarily due to new Web applications, add-ons, and to a lesser extent, PC replacement upgrades.
However, this recently released study, "Structured Cabling Systems Market: 2005," indicates a resumption of double digit growth starting next year.
Which are the highest growth cabling applications in the future?
The study further showed that AYP measures would benefit from the inclusion of academic growth data.
The researchers evaluated a broad-range sample of 723 schools in 22 states, taken from the NWEA Growth Research Database.
Schools with high test scores, high academic growth
The NWEA researchers found that schools with similar score levels at a single point in time differed substantially in the amount of growth they caused.