spurt


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a sudden swift stream of ejected liquid

to eject or be ejected in a sudden thin, swift stream

Synonyms for spurt

the occurrence of a sudden discharge (as of liquid)

gush forth in a sudden stream or jet

move or act with a sudden increase in speed or energy

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6]), consider a movement on the upward leading (right) spurt line.
Longitudinal data are important for quantitation of the growth spurt as a rate or velocity (60).
At Spurt, we love trawling and outdoor activities, but let's face it: it pays to be careful.
For girls, this growth spurt starts at about nine and a half years of age.
This growth spurt lasts longer in boys than in girls, and boys continue to grow slowly until about age 20.
The Pacers answered with a 9-0 spurt to regain control and got a last-second layup from George Hill to make it 53-27 at halftime.
Key words: Growth spurt, growth prediction, Hand-wrist radiograph.
According to the simplest model of inflation, the universe didn't balloon at a constant rate during the early growth spurt.
Rutgers University in Newark is undergoing a major growth spurt.
This shouldn't he a problem except that Keith, the school jock, has had his growth spurt, looks like Adonis and even has his smile on the side of a bus--advertising toothpaste
CPS has enjoyed a five-year growth spurt since it started as a company of one with a one-month consulting contract.
At the peak of this growth spurt, it put on more than 2 kilograms (4.
Even more telling, however, is the fact that your injuries started to crop up when most girls go through a growth spurt.