well-grown

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well-grown

[ˈwelˈgrəʊn] ADJgrande, maduro, adulto
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Prices peaked at PS1200 for a well-grown, lengthy charolais cross heifer with shape at 22 months of age from John Drydon, West Deanraw.
Well-grown babies may continue to grow if they are healthy, and they may incur greater risks of dystotic labor and delivery resulting in injury or the need for physician-administered surgical assistance.
The seeds may be selected from a well-grown and ripened fruit.
Despite a wet spring followed by record summer temperatures, the yearling ewes were well-grown and in good condition.
Le Duc, who now teaches at Texas State University, said a well-grown plant in the house could keep blooming until April.
Pathologist Mark Lord, who conducted the post mortem, said Scarlett was a well-grown youngster who had no external or internal injuries.
A well-grown wisteria is a joy in May and June when, the scented pendants of flowers drape from the branches in a breathtaking display.
A large, well-grown plant might send out six or seven branched sprays of yellow flowers.
It is more likely that they were a mother and well-grown young at heel; however, if this were the case it is surprising that they did not flee together.
ANTIQUE PLATINUM WELL-GROWN Holy Roman Emperor filly, shaped like a certain future winner when making her debut for Dermot Weld, inset, and Moyglare Stud Farm at Naas on Monday.
"It's really very hurtful to feel that I can't be responsible for myself, although I'm a well-grown man.