be a (something) in the making

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be a (something) in the making

To be likely to become a particular thing. She's the best actress in the school, so I think she's a Hollywood star in the making. The fact that those reports aren't ready yet is a disaster in the making.
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The populations in this study were all the athletes and non athletes in region 10 in Tehran.
As training becomes more intense with fewer days for recovery, the athlete begins to enter into the final stage--known as overtraining.
It will be our job to support these athletes for Vancouver (2010) and get them onto the podium.
If the medical staff is experienced in treating hyponatremia in the field, any athlete with EAH who exhibits signs of respiratory insufficiency, confusion, obtundaton, nausea and vomiting can be treated with 100 mL of 3% NaCl over ten minutes to acutely raise [Na+] and decrease brain edema.
While doctors can legally prescribe steroids to treat certain illnesses, some athletes use them to improve on-field performance.
This media reaction rests upon stereotypes of athletes as greedy, arrogant and rude; of black men as sex-crazed and violent; and of all black men as criminals.
Now, Sweeney finds himself in the middle of what could become the sports world's next serious dilemma: Should gene enhancement, or doping, be permissible for athletes attempting to improve their performance?
As student athletes, parents, teachers and physicians, it behooves us to explore these issues.
Since 1987, the Morgan Academic Support Center for Student Athletes at the University Park campus has assisted student athletes with their scholarly endeavors by providing an infrastructure for a totally self-contained academic program throughout their first year and continued learning support the remainder of their time at Penn State.
There is an increasing need to understand why there athletes are considering using these products.
But the sidelined athlete was determined to make his business gain significant yardage.
Setting up an expense reimbursement plan: If a model, athlete or entertainer has chosen to incorporate, he should also consider setting up a Sec.
But more and more athletes seem to be reaching out to God in the context of their contests.
Osterman and Meissner follow in the footsteps of US women's soccer Olympic gold medalist Heather Mitts, Under Armour's first female athlete and key figure in the company's marketing efforts geared towards women.
teacher and coach, I became very interested in the kind of coaching that develops athletes into better people.