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having reached full growth and development

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YouTube is chock full of clips showing full-grown dogs putting down two- or three-year-old deer with relative ease.
Years later, the now full-grown Simba (Matthew Broderick) chances upon his former sweetheart Nala (Moira Kelly), who tells of Scar's despotic reign.
Today full-grown trees can be brought in, in all varieties, instead of saplings and it would be nice to sit outside restaurants, making the area more pleasurable for tired feet.
But the real drama lies in the interplay between a passionate cop who moonlights as an exotic-animal rescuer and a sympathetic sadsack who can't bear to part with his full-grown African lions.
PUNCHING above his weight Australian muscleman Goliath is the world's smallest strongman and can lift full-grown humans above his head.
He's a boy with a big mouth and big ambitions - and I'm a man, a full-grown heavyweight man.
We are showing people how they can grow their own in containers or in a full-grown veg patch and we have a herb garden where people can take a sprig.
Western scientists first glimpsed the monitor in 2001 but could not secure a full-grown specimen.
A Recipe for a happy New Year TAKE twelve fine, full-grown months; see that these are thoroughly free from old memories of bitterness, rancour and hate, cleanse them completely from every clinging spite; pick off all specks of pettiness and littleness; in short, see that these months are freed from all the past - have them fresh and clean as when they first came from the great storehouse of time.
A Full-Grown Man" tells the story of one Ben Bennefield, and his object of infatuation, Anna Mancini.
Bill Hunt; A FULL-GROWN MAN; iUniverse (Fiction) $18.
From how baby alligators call to their mother from inside their eggs, to fierce full-grown crocodiles known to ambush swimmers or attack small boats, Alligators and Crocodiles
SULLEN grey clouds scud over snow-capped hills Chivvied by winds that shake the heads off daffodils A lonely tree straining trying not to break while a million water Nymphs dance on the surface of the lake An orange sail straining at its shrouds speeds for home to avoid The ominous clouds A family of rabbits dive into their hole shared by a family of water Vole High on the hill silhouetted on a crag, the strength and beauty of a full-grown stag Tending his herd in a copse below, the clouds break and it starts to snow Turning darkened ground into brilliant white, making darkness into light Nature must have designed this through the eyes of a child So much beauty, so unruly and wild.
The book is well illustrated with fine drawings of the full-grown tree, its cones, leaves, and/or needles, as well as many b&w historical photos.
He was raised by a former LAPD cop who dumped the full-grown alligator into the public lake.