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Synonyms for mature

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to bring or come to full development

having reached full growth and development

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develop and reach maturity

develop and work out fully in one's mind

become due for repayment

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cause to ripen or develop fully

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grow old or older

cause to ripen and discharge pus

characteristic of maturity

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fully considered and perfected

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having reached full natural growth or development

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fully developed or matured and ready to be eaten or used

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(of birds) having developed feathers or plumage

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As scientists, we have focused a good deal of attention on understanding the role of stem cells in the development of cancers, but there hasn't been a focus on mature cells," said senior investigator Jason C.
Tescos Extra Mature Cheddar won Gold at the British Cheese Awards in June 2017 and Silver at the International Cheese Awards held at the Nantwich Show this week while the Tesco Mature Cheddar won Gold at the Devon County Show, in May 2017.
Jodi Olshevski, gerontologist and executive director of The Hartford Center for Mature Market Excellence, said, 'As part of our recent research focus on mature drivers and technology, we wanted to understand what new features mature drivers themselves want in their vehicles.
The present investigation was carried out to study the storage behaviour of Alphonso and Chaunsa mangoes at two maturity stages, designated as mature and 1/2 mature, stored in sealed 125 gauge PE bags to make them airtight or without packaging in ambient conditions in Pakistan
OUJS and the Arkansas Workforce Investment Board serve as the lead agencies for the state-led Arkansas Mature Worker Initiative The program promotes the benefits of keeping mature workers involved in employment and civic activities it also educates employers about the benefits of hiring and retaining mature workers and connects the two groups through the Arkansas Workforce Centers
Before we go about deciding how to distinguish one, we first need to define what a mature buck is.
Within the next few years, he says, the elderly population will essentially dissipate, partly due to the rise of the aging Baby Boomers, who will resist being shunted to the Mature category.
Each Farmhouse Mature Cheddar is naturally matured and carefully monitored for more than nine months, and only the very best cheese will make the grade.
The researchers got a surprising result: About 35 percent of the fully mature cells produced embryos, whereas only 11 percent of the intermediate and 8 percent of the stem cells did.
The third dimension: Ensure mature processes that succeed in making the resources effective
Washington, a retired information technology director, has devoted the bulk of his fixed-income investing to laddering, a strategy that spreads money among different investment bonds that mature at different intervals and are reinvested at the best possible rates up until a designated time horizon.
Because the site is studded with mature Coast Live Oak, Chinese Elm and numerous other trees, visitors have a great opportunity to see how to garden successfully beneath shady trees.
APPLICATION: This study provides a road map for kraft pulping southern softwood thinnings and mature wood.
GAO was asked to determine the number of HUD mortgages that are scheduled to mature in the next 10 years, the potential impact on tenants, and what HUD and others can do to keep these properties affordable.