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  • Write it on your heart that your child will not outgrow his trouble. Cited from Stammering, Its Cause and Cure, Benjamin N. Bogue
  • Nor did he ever outgrow his sympathy with the common people. Cited from The Life of Abraham Lincoln, by Henry Ketcham
  • The colored man must outgrow his old condition of things, and thus create around him a new class of associations. Cited from Minnie's Sacrifice, by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
  • In the training of the child we often forget that the child will some time outgrow his childishness. Cited from Your Child: Today and Tomorrow, by S. M. Gruenberg
  • Lytton's father hoped that he would outgrow his interest in the theatre.
  • I wonder when and how he will outgrow his egotism? Cited from Randy and Her Friends, by Amy Brooks
  • He soon outgrew his father's Dearborn garage and went into his first shop.
  • Over his lifetime, the collection outgrew his room, house and office until he had three warehouses for the collection.
  • And yet that is exactly the opportunity that a stammerer over six years of age has to outgrow his trouble. Cited from Stammering, Its Cause and Cure, Benjamin N. Bogue
  • In a few years one may outgrow his usefulness through losing touch with advancing ideas and methods of work. Cited from Questionable Amusements and. . ., by J. M. Judy
  • Lane never outgrew his passionate belief in the moral responsibility of the press. Cited from Letters of Franklin K. Lane, edited by Lane & Wall
  • Demand for these stylish plates quickly outgrew his one man capacity.
  • He outgrew his guitar teacher in less than 12 months, and he started to teach himself from the internet.
  • A man may outgrow his breeches, he cannot outgrow his nature: his body is never too big or too small to hold that. Cited from Here are Ladies, by James Stephens
  • As he advanced in life he outgrew his disease, and became a chubby-cheeked boy, health's own picture. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 12, No. 74, December, 1863, by Various
  • Tim, the physician said, might possibly outgrow his disease; but everything was uncertain. Cited from Complete Prose Works, by Walt Whitman
  • WILSON, Woodrow, one time president of an American football, educational institution, who outgrew his job. Cited from Who Was Who: 5000 BC - 1914, Irwin L. Gordon, Ed.
  • The stammerer has no more chance of outgrowing his trouble than the road has of outgrowing the rut. Cited from Stammering, Its Cause and Cure, Benjamin N. Bogue
  • But he decided to postpone action until some later date, feeling sure, despite what I had told him, that he would outgrow his stammering. Cited from Stammering, Its Cause and Cure, Benjamin N. Bogue
  • And we have seen that he never outgrew his attachment to his early love, Ann Rutledge. Cited from The Life of Abraham Lincoln, by Henry Ketcham
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