rapid growth

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Noun1.rapid growth - a rapid riserapid growth - a rapid rise        
rising, ascension, ascent, rise - a movement upward; "they cheered the rise of the hot-air balloon"
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Certainly the friendship between the single gentleman and Mr Garland was not suffered to cool, but had a rapid growth and flourished exceedingly.
Remorse for a scurvy act, and an honorable desire to right the wrong he had done the woman he now knew he really loved had excited these germs to rapid growth in Morison Baynes--and the metamorphosis had taken place.
It was this woman, now in health, whom I intrusted with the purchase of the outfits, "one for a boy of six months," I explained to her, "and one for a boy of a year," for the painter had boasted to me of David's rapid growth.
In their train were minstrels, not unknown in London streets; wandering players, whose theatres had been the halls of noblemen; mummers, rope-dancers, and mountebanks, who would long be missed at wakes, church ales, and fairs; in a word, mirth makers of every sort, such as abounded in that age, but now began to be discountenanced by the rapid growth of Puritanism.
This rapid growth of self-confidence could not be due only to her hatred for Aglaya.
For the affection of young ladies is of as rapid growth as Jack's bean-stalk, and reaches up to the sky in a night.
From avoiding the pitfalls of rapid growth to taking a second or even a third look at members who may have fallen on hard times, credit unions continue to put in place strategic plans to grow their operations.
272) explored whether prenatal exposure to several organochlorine compounds (OCs) is associated with rapid growth in the first 6 months of life and body mass index (BMI) later in infancy.
The rapid growth of tire and rubber goods production in northeast Asia, particularly China, both for domestic consumption and export, is causing rapid growth in demand for synthetic rubber, and its primary feedstock butadiene.
Follow-up MRI 7 months following radiotherapy demonstrated a rapid growth of the acoustic neuromas, but no appreciable change in the size of the jugular foramen neuromas.
As one of the largest property and asset management companies in the metropolitan area, GVA Williams is experiencing rapid growth in the sector.
After the early post-World War II period, policies generally fostering low levels of inflation and openness of their economies coupled with high savings and investment rates contributed to a sustained period of rapid growth, in some cases starting in the 1960s and 1970s.

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