The vast majority of AV actresses make their debuts in their late teens. However, in the mid-1990s, a trend for "mature women" models in AVs became evident. While youthful debuts would still remain the norm, this broadening in tastes would pave the way for the debuts of future "mature" AV stars like Aki Tomosaki in 2000, Asuka Yūki in 2005 and Maki Tomoda in 2006, all of whom had passed their 30th birthdays at the time of their debuts. These older actresses became popular in AVs with an incest theme.
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Mature is the adjectival form of maturity, which has several meanings.
Mature may also refer to:
- "Mature 17+", a rating in the Entertainment Software Rating Board video game rating system
- Mature, a character from The King of Fighters series
- Victor Mature (1913-1999), an American actor
- Matured Minds, Rock-Band from Germany
... In this case the mature sequence comes from the 3' arm of the precursor, and both Arabidopsis thaliana and rice genomes contain a number of related miRNA precursors which give ... The mature products are thought to have regulatory roles through complementarity to messenger RNA ...
... The males become sexually mature after 24 hours of leaving their puparium (the hardened shell the pupae mature in), while females take about 6–7 days to become fully sexually mature ...
... The mature form is predominant in innervated adult muscle and the embryonic form is present in fetal and denervated muscle ... Embryonic and mature AChR differ by the replacement of the gamma subunit in the pentameric glycoprotein complex by its isoform, the epsilon subunit (MIM ...
... transmembrane protein that is cleaved to form a mature, secreted protein ... of the precursor protein contains a 25 kDa mature protein called leukocyte cell-derived chemotaxin-1 or chondromodulin-1 ... The mature protein promotes chondrocyte growth and inhibits angiogenesis ...
Famous quotes containing the word mature:
“After mature deliberation of counsel, the good Queen to establish a rule and imitable example unto all posterity, for the moderation and required modesty in a lawful marriage, ordained the number of six times a day as a lawful, necessary and competent limit.”
—Michel de Montaigne (15331592)
“Young people love what is interesting and odd, no matter how true or false it is. More mature minds love what is interesting and odd about truth. Fully mature intellects, finally, love truth, even when it appears plain and simple, boring to the ordinary person; for they have noticed that truth tends to reveal its highest wisdom in the guise of simplicity.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“Preschoolers sound much brighter and more knowledgeable than they really are, which is why so many parents and grandparents are so sure their progeny are gifted and super-bright. Because childrens questions sound so mature and sophisticated, we are tempted to answer them at a level of abstraction far beyond the childs level of comprehension. That is a temptation we should resist.”
—David Elkind (20th century)