growthy

growthy

(ˈɡrəʊθɪ)
adj
growing rapidlyable to grow to a large size
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The New York Real Estate Division accounts for a substantial percentage of that vote of confidence in the State of Israel and its economic growthy.
The highest growthy was 13.2% in 2006 to 1.32 million hectares from 1.16 million hectares earlier.
Report Third on the money list was the growthy September-born heifer Nebo Favourite from ML Thomas, Bryn Farm, Nebo, Conwy.
As privatization initiatives continue to challenge several control state jurisdictions, one thing has remained constant throughout the control states: agencies continue to deliver dollar and volume growthy even in a slow economy, and states coffers continue to benefit from the revenue increases contributed to the control states from their beverage alcohol operations.
"We thought he had the potential to breed some good growthy calves, which is proving to be the case," said Mr Evans.
Originally bred as dual purpose (meat and milk), tile cows are highly fertile and raise growthy calves.
The Edwards' breeding policy has always been primarily to produce bulls that are growthy, muscular animals while retaining the important trait of calving ease, strong maternal qualities and ease of management.
"Suffolks give us good growthy lambs ready for sale a fortnight before most breeds though we are also trying some Vendeen tups to produce flock replacements," Bobby said.
'On Thursday they demonstrated they were prepared to pay for big growthy bulls with fleshing ability.'