As someone who supports this basic agenda, I am heartened to see this maturation, and the shift in power that has come with it.
But, Deyn says that her new venture represents a bit of maturation.
Therefore in our view we need to talk about our wood management before any other factor in the maturation of The Macallan.
early 15c., "the coming to a head of a boil, etc.; a state of producing pus," from Middle French maturation and directly from Latin maturationem (nominative maturatio), noun of action from past participle stem of maturare "to ripen, make ripe" (see mature (v.)).
maturation mat·u·ra·tion (māch'ə-rā'shən)
The process of becoming mature.
Production or discharge of pus.
The processes by which gametes are formed, including the reduction of chromosomes in a germ cell from the diploid number to the haploid number by meiosis.
The final differentiation processes in biological systems, such as the attainment of total functional capability by a cell, a tissue, or an organ.