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develop from (someone or something)

To grow and change from someone or something into someone or something else. Thanks to her public speaking class, Alicia has developed from a painfully shy girl into a confident speaker. My craft business developed from a passion for knitting.
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develop from someone or something (into someone or something)

 and develop (from someone or something) into someone or something
to grow or evolve out of someone or something into someone or something else. Her interest in music developed from a childlike curiosity to a full-fledged professional career. The flower developed from a little knot of a bulb.
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Very quickly the NESMG moved to apply to Natural Resources Canada and the Canadian Forest Service under the Forest Communities Program to develop what is being called the Northeastern Superior Forest Community.
To develop and implement a five-year plan, which will improve the organization's ability to attract volunteers and provide anti-racism programming and communications in the community and region.
The corporation must develop the property independently, without the partnership's assistance or participation.
Develop cell walls as models and materials for nanoscale assembly of new composites.
Another question concerns how one develops a curriculum.
Acceleration training develops fast-twitch muscles (speed, little strength).
Develop and provide operational and technical architecture documentation with an SOS focus.
case studies) could add to the profession's knowledge of how school counselors develop advocacy competencies in particular environments.
Among mothers, those who had their first child before age 20 were almost twice as likely to develop fibroids as were those who delayed having kids until age 30 or later.
Diatos is a privately held biopharmaceutical company that uses its proprietary drug-targeting and intracellular-delivery technologies to develop innovative therapies for cancer and other serious diseases.
Finally, the provider can use the PACE Financial Proforma and work with a PACE TAC to develop a customized financial proforma for its own PACE site.
That nation turned to the Ford Foundation for advice on how to develop needed infrastructure and build sound government policies.
People with diabetes are also two to four times more likely than people without diabetes to develop heart disease.
School administrators should develop emergency response plans.