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growth experience

An experience that helps or allows one to change and mature. That painful break-up was ultimately a growth experience—now, I only date people who truly care about me.
See also: experience, growth

growth experience

 and growth opportunity; learning experience
Euph. an unpleasant experience. This job has been a growth experience for me. I've learned so much. Jim said that his trip to Mexico turned out to be a real learning experience.
See also: experience, growth
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Featuring six sessions that will examine 21 papers on topical subjects from the endowment landscape, the discussions will additionally track the endowment growth experiences of Turkey, Malaysia, New Zealand and Denmark.
A final chapter looks at the role of substitutes for the fundamentals in the diversity of growth experiences.
The growth rate of the gross domestic product and per capita income of India and China are unprecedented whether it is judged by historical growth experiences of the advanced countries or by standard growth theories.
In one big and many small strokes of discovery there was the enormous denial of the necessary growth experiences. That hole in the maturing process postponed growth experiences sometimes all the way into their twenties or thirties.
Second, allow lessons to be positive growth experiences. In the long run, how will your students view their music lessons and music study experiences?
Every year camp directors receive letters from campers' parents describing growth experiences that began at camp and have continued to impact their son's or daughter's life in the home and community.
As attractive as the social market economy might seem, we will not be able to say with any assurance how good or necessary neoliberal policies in fact were until we investigate rigorously and comparatively the growth experiences of all the European--and indeed East Asian--states, 1945-1990.
of Leicester) begins by identifying 13 countries in eastern and southern with high agrarian components and low income levels that had failed to participate fully in the drive to modern economic growth experiences by The West before 1914.
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