Definition of Maturers
1. Noun. (plural of maturer) ¹
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Definition of Maturers
1. maturer [n] - See also: maturer
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Literary usage of Maturers
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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"Early and late maturing girls have menarche at the same mean weight, but ¡ate maturers are taller at menarche. Two other major events of adolescence, ..."
2. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1894)
"It would, therefore, follow that the late maturers, as Mammoth Southern Sweet and Thoroughbred White Flint had not reached the same degree of maturity at ..."
3. The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History and Politics of the Year (1863)
"To these merits as wool-producers the improved Southdown adds those of being excellent eating and rapid maturers. The old " bit of prime seven-year-old ..."
4. The Mechanics' Magazine (1853)
"... Paris, maturers. Improvements in the construction t comee of horns for weaving. Patent March 9, 1858. (No. 59o.) • combs above referred to are employed ..."
5. The Works and Life of Walter Bagehot by Walter Bagehot, Mrs Russell Barrington (1915)
"... for maturers of theories and proposers of unaccepted schemes. At a period of transition, when the old formulas are extinct, and when new ideas must be ..."
6. The Theosophist by Theosophical Society (Madras, India) (1890)
"... Jife—which were respectively the maturers of the three types of evolved spirit, und the self-destined partakers of the three issues of manifested life ..."
7. The Study of Breeds in America: Cattle, Sheep and Swine by Thomas Shaw (1900)
"... large pendant ears, long legs and coarse hair with some bristles. (b) They were hard feeders and slow maturers, but grew to an enormous size. ..."
8. Helps and Hints how to Protect Life and Property: With Instructions in Rifle by Charles Random de Bérenger Beaufain, George Cruikshank, Robert Cruikshank (1835)
"... be the triumph of civilization, and become the glory of the age; it would unquestionably stamp with immortal honor, not only the leaders and maturers of ..."