Grow

Grow may refer to:

  • Grow, a company specialising in web development, eCommerce and online marketing.
  • Growth, an increase in some quantity over time or a measure of some principal
  • GROW, a non-profit peer support and mutual aid organization for recovery from, and prevention of, serious mental illness
  • "Grow" (Law & Order: Criminal Intent), an episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent
  • "Grow" (Kubb song) (2006)
  • GROW model, a technique for problem solving or goal setting

Other articles related to "grow, grows":

Grow, Texas - Education
... Grow is served by the Guthrie Common School District. ...
Salvia Glechomifolia
... The leaves reflect light, grow on short stems from 1.5-2 ft, and appear to grow in widely spaced whorls ... The 1 in flowers grow in unevenly spaced whorls, typically with less than 12 flowers in each whorl, giving the overall effect of daintiness ...
Streptomyces Griseus - Physiology and Morphology
... they grow best at alkaline pH values ... Although these organisms grow in a wide pH range (from 5 to 11), they show a growth optimum at pH 9 ... They produce grey spore masses and grey-yellow reverse pigments when they grow as colonies ...
Salvia Lavandulifolia
... Salvia lavandulifolia grows one foot tall and wide, with a reclining habit and narrow, lanceolate, whitish-gray evergreen leaves that are less than 2 inches long ... The leaves grow opposite each other on the stem and appear to grow in bunches ... The 1 inch long pale lavender flowers grow on short inflorescences, blooming for about one month in late spring and early summer ...
Trichocyte (algae)
... Trichocyte in algae are cells which grow on the outside of the thallus, from which hairs grow ... In algae, trichocytes grow principally over the summer their growth is mediated by water temperature and day length ...

Famous quotes containing the word grow:

    Why do the wicked live on, reach old age, and grow mighty in power?
    Bible: Hebrew, Job 21:7.

    We can teach prevention. For little kids, the best protection is that they should not be alone in public places. All children should be conscious of strangers, and be discriminating and wary of them. This won’t make them grow up suspicious as long as they have adults around whom they know and can trust: relatives, friends of their parents, parents of friends.
    —“How Parents Can Talk to Their Kids,” Newsweek (January 10, 1994)

    It is well that war is so terrible: we would grow too fond of it!
    Robert E. Lee (1807–1870)