But which country prevails in the burgeoning global tug of war will turn directly on which economy works best.
For the aficionado or the neophyte, Comics is a useful overview of a richly creative period in a burgeoning art.
In 1997, she started exploring how to regulate the burgeoning derivatives market.
He tells Marlow Stern about being black and Jewish, his daughter Zoe, and his burgeoning acting career.
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She was overcome with shame and with the mystery of her own burgeoning womanhood.
There was a burgeoning within him of strange feelings and unwonted impulses.
At eighteen one does so pathetically try to feed the burgeoning life with the husks of polite accomplishment.
Something inside him was changing, burgeoning in strange and disturbing growth.
Just as the spring brought forth a burgeoning activity, so did things happen with a rush in the fall.
early 14c., "grow, sprout, blossom," from Anglo-French burjuner, Old French borjoner "to bud, sprout," from borjon "a bud, shoot, pimple" (Modern French bourgeon), of uncertain origin. Perhaps from Vulgar Latin *burrionem (nominative *burrio), from Late Latin burra "flock of wool," itself of uncertain origin. Some sources (Kitchin, Gamillscheg) say either the French word or the Vulgar Latin one is from Germanic. The English verb is perhaps instead a native development from burjoin (n.) "a bud" (c.1300), from Old French. Related: Burgeoned; burgeoning.