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Synonyms for maturate

to bring or come to full development

Synonyms for maturate

develop and reach maturity

grow old or older

ripen and generate pus

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g]) ranged between the NRC (2007) recommendation for early and later maturating growing sheep.
Most breweries use a two-tank fermentation process, with the beer fermenting in one and then maturating in the other.
Maturating B cell precursors in bone marrow: a detailed subset analysis of 141 cases by 4- color flow cytometry.
lt;p>The report explained that an additional significant measure to assess the liquidity position is the maturity profile of assets and liabilities of the Islamic bank - also known as Gap analysis, which gives an indication of how well the bank is expected to meet its maturating obligations with the help of inflows from maturing assets.
Jason lives in Cedar Rapids with his wife, two dogs and a maturating zygote.
At the time of this evolution, the Middle East had a very temperate climate, ample rainfall, lush vegetation and plentiful game, enabling the creation of cultural systems in such a situation highly protective of long-term maturating, high-level mental faculties.