Growing-pains sentence example

growing-pains
  • Sometimes dogs can get growing pains too.
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  • He appeared in several movies, both while working on Growing Pains and afterward, but none of them were huge box office hits.
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  • Cameron's devotion to his religion came while he was working on Growing Pains.
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  • Unfortunately for both companies, Iridium faced many significant growing pains in its early stages, struggling to turn a profit and elicit a large enough customer base.
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  • He recalls what it's like to be young and the growing pains of adulthood.
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  • This debacle or "scandal" as some would see it is really just a sign of growing pains from an activity that once included simply "yelling" from the side lines.
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  • Although these two seem comfortable with one another, with him going so far as to ask Whitney to be his girlfriend, as the season goes on the relationship has its growing pains.
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  • One of life's growing pains.
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  • Audiences, show producers and her parents were worried this could ruin Candace's self-esteem and possibly lead to an eating disorder, similar to the one plaguing Growing Pains co-star Tracey Gold.
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  • The Kirk Cameron biography begins with a child actor who became an overnight sensation on the sitcom Growing Pains.
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  • Cameron's break out role came in 1985 when he played Mike Seaver, the oldest child of the Seaver family on Growing Pains.
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