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grow by leaps and bounds

To rapidly grow or expand. Our small company has grown by leaps and bounds over the past year, thanks in no small part to our aggressive new marketing campaign. Our puppy has grown by leaps and bounds since we switched to a new brand of dog food.
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Summary: New Delhi [India] Aug 16(ANI): Use of social media across the globe has grown by leaps and bounds in preceding years.
Having spent a major part of their lives in this blessed country, the attachment to this land has grown by leaps and bounds. We take this opportunity to extend our sincerest greetings to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah and his government and the friendly people of this land.
Professional School Counseling has grown by leaps and bounds over the past few years.
REBNY's Residential Division has truly grown by leaps and bounds in the last several years and has greatly contributed to a new record for the organization; altogether REBNY has 11,000 members beginning the year 2006.
Your awareness of your current reality has just grown by leaps and bounds. You're no longer unknowingly chained to one of two options.
Christianity--whether Protestant or Catholic--has grown by leaps and bounds following the death of Mao in 1976 and the "open door" policy introduced by Deng Xiaoping in 1978, which Party leaders later called "market socialism." What is remarkable is that growth has not tapered off despite Beijing's ambivalence towards religion--declaring freedom of religion and on occasion, Financially supporting the building of churches officially registered with government, while at the same time smothering others it suspects of plotting to sow instability.
In the last decade, our knowledge about strength training and flexibility has grown by leaps and bounds. Today, countless dance schools offer Pilates and body conditioning, while teachers such as Michele Assaf have designed workouts to strengthen and stretch dancers' bodies.
According to Johanson, the number of merchandise sales groups at the various outlets knowledgeable about the product has grown by leaps and bounds over the past year.
Special education has grown by leaps and bounds, in part because it has been expanded to encompass a wide range of students, including those with physical disabilities and learning disabilities as well as those who represent behavioral problems.
The sport has grown by leaps and bounds in the past 8 years, as has MBS, which saw sales more than triple in 2000 and expects even more dynamic growth in 2001.
In regards to being happy with the "simple life," the herb industry has grown by leaps and bounds and I haven't exactly had a simple life since.
The company has grown by leaps and bounds, both through organic means and by acquisitions of key players in the field.
Just by moving the business, he has grown by leaps and bounds, Orr says.
Since the library opened in 1965, the Dance Division, and especially its acclaimed Jerome Robbins Archive of the Recorded Moving Image, has grown by leaps and bounds. With nearly 40,000 items, augmented in recent years by major gifts from the Rudolf Nureyev Foundation and the Brooklyn Academy of Music as well as recordings produced by the library itself, the archive is a mecca for artists, scholars, and dance fans worldwide.
The need for middle income housing has grown by leaps and bounds over the last 10 years, and is now as great, in some ways greater, than the need for low income housing.