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Many men have been praised as vividly imaginative on the strength of their profuseness in indifferent drawing or cheap narration:-- reports of very poor talk going on in distant orbs; or portraits of Lucifer coming down on his bad errands as a large ugly man with bat's wings and spurts of phosphorescence; or exaggerations of wantonness that seem to reflect life in a diseased dream.
Then the procession started on, little spurts of strength coming into White Fang's muscles as he used them and the blood began to surge through them.
The idea for theGrowth Spurt Guarantee came directly from our customers so they have a real voice in how we operate -- and make changes that can help families everywhere.
He added the spurt will produce the sweetest crop for 25 years.
She was never told she would spurt milk or to go out on the street.
Outperform's Managing Director Dawn Roberts says the Growth Spurt sessions will be an escape from the norm for entrepreneurs and the business community.
The researchers also found that Homo erectus gained its molars at exactly the same age as our molar roots have their growth spurts, according to the New Scientist.
Volkswagen Bank Gmbh reported that it experienced a sudden spurt in demand for motor finance in Ireland with over EUR100m of loans provided in the first seven months of this year.
But the Americans answered with an 18-4 spurt to seize a 25-16 edge.
Specifically, growth spurts are tied to an increase in total daily hours of sleep as well as an increase in the number of daily sleep bouts, the time from the onset of sleep until awakening.
Spanning 9 years, the objective of the research was to establish if ageing is a gradual process, or as happens with growth in children, it occurs in spurts so providing insight into how quickly the face ages.
The Colonials, who trailed briefly, took control with two first-half spurts - both coming in the final minutes of each quarter.