“He had to stand a few seconds, to let the darkness grow into light, ere he could see; and, when he could discern outlines in the dimness, there was given to him the picture of Uncle John, lying helpless amid and upon the nubbins that had been piled over his strong box.”
“The snowflakes blossom, grow into half-dollar-sized white petals, pirouetting to collect on the ground.”
“If youre not happy about somethingsay, the fact that he never calls you when he says he will, or he always chooses where you go on datesit will grow into something huge by the sixth date and be much harder to tackle then without resentment.”
“Belguim, Prussia, Poland, Lombardy etc. are now offered a representative organization: illusive probably at first, but it will grow into power in the end.”
“Laid hedges are certainly more stock-proof, and their trees grow into interesting, contorted shapes.”
“This leaves nine or ten feet, the height of three or four cricket bats, to grow into a tree-trunk.”
““The reason for the problem was that we had to buy her a pair of skates that were too large for her, and she would have to grow into them,” Lu Manli says.”
“The Dartmoor National Park Authority have been at work among the trees singling the oaks: reducing the number of limbs growing from any rootstock to one, which will eventually grow into a bigger, stronger standard tree.”
“Babies who have practiced Itsy Bitsy Yoga appear to have greater body awareness and positive self-image as they grow into toddlers and preschoolers.”
“He had his little oldwolf expression on again, and I wondered if he would ever grow into his personality, if he would have the chance to.”
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