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development

(Building), noun commercial building, construction, creation of housing project, development of industrial sites, erection, house-building program, housing, industrial area, industrial building, institution of commercial sites, residential building, urbanization

development

(Outgrowth), noun accomplishment, achievement, aftergrowth, aftermath, attainment, conclusion, consequence, consequent, derivation, effect, emanation, ending, ensual, event, eventuality, occurrence, offshoot, outcome, product, realization, result, resultant, sequel, side issue, upshot

development

(Progression), noun accretion, advance, advancement, amelioration, ampliation, amplification, anabasis, auctus, betterment, change, effectuation, elaboration, enhancement, evolution, evolvement, expansion, explicatio, furtherance, gain, germination, gradual evolution, growth, improvement, increase in size, lengthening, modernization, progress, progress to maturity, prooressive growth, progressus, promotion, refinement, reformation, regeneration, remodeling, renovation, reorganization, revision, stimulation, strengthening, supplementation, transfiguration, transformation, unfolding, unravelment, upgrowth, uptrend
Associated concepts: development costs
See also: accession, advancement, augmentation, boom, building, complication, conclusion, consequence, creation, denouement, discipline, effect, enlargement, event, growth, happening, headway, improvement, increase, manufacture, nascency, offshoot, outcome, outgrowth, preparation, progress, prosperity, reform, rehabilitation, result, transition
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Even if it is difficult to navigate the ways in which vulgar comedy contributes to young men's sexual learning, we believe that if we are seeking to reach young men with information about healthy sexual development, then vulgar comedy can play a role.
We received a total of 2992 Paediatric surgical specimens and among these eleven specimens were from children who presented with disorders of sexual development.
Adolescents with physical disabilities question the physical, anatomical, developmental, and relational aspects of their sexual development just as often as their peers without disabilities (Jemta et al.
True (A) or false (B)--click on the correct answer: When testing needs to be done on a young athlete for disorders of sexual development it is not necessary to obtain informed consent from the athlete or the parents/guardians.
And because sexuality does not make its first appearance at puberty, research into positive sexual development, like studies predicting sexual risk-taking, (27,28) must consider preadolescent factors--not necessarily overtly sexual experiences, but characteristics and life experiences that contribute to sexual health.
Parents/guardians used the visual descriptions of the Tanner system to identify their child's stage of sexual development.
A system will be put in place to obtain safety data on use of the drug in children, in particular whether there is any impact on sexual development.
Most information on sexual development was linked to an event, such as the onset of puberty or as late as marriage.
Young detainees would also seek physical restraint from staff to gratify their own sexual needs, it suggested, adding that research was required into the link between restraint and sexual development.
Children's sexual development is marked by curiosity about, first, their own bodies and, then, those of others (Schuhrke, 2000).
These are responsible for sexual development during puberty and all maintenance of sexual characteristics.
Confronted with the phenomena of women who sought to assume masculine rights and privileges, and men and women who chose to love same-sex partners, experts sought both to describe the trajectory of normal child and sexual development and to prescribe it.