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The plantation sites, with a total land area of 18,300 sqm, were planted to a total of 251, 500 pieces of fully grown marijuana plants with a total market value of P50.3 million.
"The knock on effect of this is that our highly trained medical staff are having to babysit fully grown adults who don't know when they have had enough alcohol.
They are currently being kept separate from their future companion as until they are fully grown, the eight-inch-long adult might eat them.
Emma Webb, of British Divers Marine Life Rescue, said: "There is no obvious signs at this stage as to how it died, but it was quite young as it had not fully grown.
"I think for people to see a fully grown man dressed as Santa, it will always raise a smile.
Even the biggest of big cats can hurt themselves, although three-month-old Tiger cub Zhuang Zhuang from a zoo in China's Hubei province is not quite fully grown yet.
But this aspect of their visual perception won't be "fully grown" until the age of 13 or so.
Last week, I actually heard a fully grown adult say "lol" in conversation.
I went online and found these tiny teacup pigs that stay under 12lb when they're fully grown. They're incredibly smart, lovable, really clean and litter trained."
At 19, 20 and 21, men are fully grown adults and as such should be tried to the full extent of the law.
1 : not yet fully grown or ripe <an immature bird> <immature fruit>
"By the time the duck-billed dinosaur was fully grown, the tyrannosaurs were only half grown - it was a huge size difference," said Dr Drew Lee, from the University of Ohio in Athens, US.

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