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to do or fare well

to grow rapidly and luxuriantly

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grow vigorously

make steady progress

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Their paper investigated what the doctrines of creation and the imago Dei can teach Christians about humanity's telos and, therefore, about what it means for people to thrive.
This in turn raised questions about the extent to which non-Christians can thrive.
WHERE IT THRIVES Full sun; zones 8, 9, 12-24; H1, H2.
WHERE IT THRIVES Part shade in hottest climates; zones 6-9, 14-24.
Be sure to see the tri-color sedum, which thrives in dry shade under oaks as much as it does in full sun.
There are far fewer plants that thrive in shade than in sun.
We supply online audiences with great new music and film to discover while giving artists an integrated platform to thrive independently in today's new online entertainment economy.
For an ecosystem to thrive, it must remain diverse, they add.
What director Stephen Low (``Titanica'') is interested in illuminating on the giganto screen are hydrothermal vents, those spouts of superheated gas and particles from the Earth's molten core that split through the ocean floor some 12,000 feet down - and the goofy critters that actually thrive in that insanely toxic, unbearably pressurized environment.
In a nutshell: No volcanoes, really, but the deepest footage ever taken of the strange creatures who thrive in the toxic environment of ocean floor hydrothermal vents.
Naturally found along the stream banks of Mexico, the bat-faced cuphea thrives in this area and can grow up to 3 feet tall and 3 feet wide, says Contreras.
Cuphea thrives in Southern California's hot summers.
London doctors fear they may have encountered a new ``superbug'' - a bacterium that not only resists antibiotics but thrives on them.
But within days, they began showing resistance to the antibiotic - and then the bacterium began to thrive.
While positive psychology has considered a social science perspective of optimal development and living, a pressing question for the integration of psychology and theology is to consider what Christian theology suggests is essential for humans to thrive.