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find (one's) (own) level

To reach one's level of proficiency, comfort, or competency in a particular area. I'm so impressed with the interns—they've really found their level now. It takes time to find your own level as a teacher, but you'll get there—we all do.
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But it found levels of support to the family were "fragmented and not co-ordinated" and "a thorough assessment of need" had been identified as necessary but "was not effectively followed through".
Officials ordered the probe on Wednesday after Hong Kong food safety regulators found levels of melamine at nearly twice the legal limit in chicken eggs produced by China's Dalian Hanwei Enterprise Group.
It found levels of Omega-3 in products ranged from 1,000% more to 98% less than the amount stated on the label.
We found levels of drugs many orders of magnitude higher than anywhere [recorded] on Earth before:
In an analysis of nearly 300 umbilical cord blood samples, researchers found levels of perfluorooctane sulfonate and perfluorooctanoate, which are manmade chemicals used in a variety of consumer products including protective coating on food packaging, carpets and in the manufacturing of insecticides.
Mississippi this month banned shipments of Chinese catfish in which state authorities said they had found levels of two antibiotics not allowed in the U.
A toxicology examination found levels of cocaine, morphine and alcohol.
Post-mortem comparisons of the brain tissue of 14 Parkinson's patients and 12 patients without the disease found levels of dieldrin--a chlorinated insecticide formerly used to control agricultural pests and termites--to be three times higher in the Parkinson's patients' brains.
9bn business coaching market and found levels of qualification and experience worryingly lacking.
The Scottish Shellfish Marketing Group (SSMG) undertook the recall, after its own testing found levels of Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) toxins above the legal limit.
According to the EPA, agency scientists found levels of lead and arsenic at some sites in excess of drinking water standards--a potential threat given the possibility of hand-to-mouth exposure.
The FDA also indicated that it studied products on the market for toxic impurities and has not found levels in current products to be a health hazard.
They found levels of folate were generally lower in pupils eating school dinners, and the researchers suggested the content of this vitamin in school meals should be increased.
Several studies found levels of specific vitamins, flavonoids or antioxidants in organic foods to be two or three times the level found in matched samples of conventional foods.
Some studies found levels of specific flavonoids and antioxidants at twice or three times the level found in matched samples of conventional food.