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Synonyms for thrive

Synonyms for thrive

to do or fare well

to grow rapidly and luxuriantly

Synonyms for thrive

grow vigorously

make steady progress

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It is important to note that the two elements, vitality and learning have to be present in order for an individual to thrive (Porath et al., 2012; Ren, Yunlu, Shaffer, & Fodchuk, 2015; Spreitzer et al., 2005).
They also demonstrated that individual traits may predispose some individuals to thrive more than the others.
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 paper will continue toward this goal but will turn to the doctrines of Christology and soteriology to harvest theology further and understand the nature of human thriving more fully.
This in turn raised questions about the extent to which non-Christians can thrive. Ultimately, we have argued in this paper that thriving (as understood by the doctrine of Christology) requires humble submission and acts of service to others, and thriving (as understood by the doctrine of soteriology) requires repentance, conversion, and the regenerative work of salvation.
WHERE IT THRIVES Full sun; zones 8, 9, 12-24; H1, H2.
WHERE IT THRIVES Full sun; zones 5, 6, 12-17, 22-24; H1, H2.
His art manifests a sort of "postmodern Enlightenment" attitude that bypasses the unutterable taboo of frankly saying what is actually happening--in the spirit of those eighteenth-century pamphleteers who described the world of the Moon to obliquely depict our problems on Earth, or of Jonathan Swift, who famously explained the best way to eat Irish babies, in any case too numerous to thrive. Today, in contrast, people all too often say what is happening, but when speaking of the evils of the world strictly adhere to the culture of grief and its expressive modes; and it is only in flouting obligatory lamentations that one can succeed in focusing on the problem and seeing it clearly--without the imposed veil of tears.
DRYLAND GARDENING: Plants That survive and Thrive in Tough Conditions
Its conclusions were familiar: crime always accompanies legalized gambling; organized crime thrives in profitable gambling enterprises; the jobs promise is fake; compulsive gambling costs society millions; casinos are a threat to children and family life; gambling is a regressive tax on our poorest citizens.
Because of the gift of our faith in God's love for each of us, we are charged to care for each other, to learn to thrive in community with one another, to champion the poor and help them on the roads out of poverty.
It just seems that despite everything, the upper east side continues to thrive. However, the big story of 1991 has to be the Barney's deal on Madison Avenue and 61st Street.
The third Thrive Forum event will be held in the Elgar Suite, Millennium Link, Birmingham International Airport on Tuesday June 28 at 6.30pm.
The aim of thrive is to encourage more people to engage in CSR.
Specifically, investigating goals of human development, or what it means to thrive, invokes questions of teleology.