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This question could refer to many different people, so it's practically impossible to create an exhaustive list. Here are a couple of people who sang in church choirs while growing up as Methodist pastors' grandchildren: Leontyne Price


She is Methodist, for her father was a Methodist lay preacher when she was growing up.


Central Methodist. Also, Missouri Western is growing fast too.


No, growing up he sang with the church choir. His father was a Naval Methodist Chaplain.


John Wesley was not a puritan. When he was growing up and as he started his ministry he was a part of the Church of England. He left the church of England and founded the United Methodist Church.


Yes, Rosa Parks was a member of the African Methodist Episcopal Church her entire life, both in Alabama growing up and still when she lived in Detroit from 1965 onward.


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You get growing pains when you are growing. So for instance, if your legs are growing, you will get growing pains in your leg. :)


Its Stop Growing When Its Finish Growing


Nothing is growing there. Or at least is supposed to be growing there.


No, the word growing is not an adverb. Growing is an adjective and a verb.The adverb form of the word growing is growingly.


Anyone can get growing pains at any age it happens more to girls/women. Growing pains has nothing to do with growing


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Just like you did. Growing.


Yes, Ottawa is growing. All Canadian cities are growing.


No. Growing is either a verb transitive or a gerund. v. trans: He was growing tomatoes in his backyard. Gerund: Growing plants is a great hobby.


normal growing up.the person has stopped growing and the bone is being laid down in the growing parts of the bone,so no more growing


No, the Cherokee did not have a growing season, but the land where they lived did have a growing season. They lived in the American South, so the growing season was long.


it is not second growing but the first growing religion in world.


Eyes don't stop growing. Eyes don't stop growing.


Still growing, but the growing speed is slowing down


It depends on what is growing, but in general, the verb is gadal (גדל). In order to be accurate, you'd have to specify if you are talking about a person growing flowers, or flower growing, or a person growing, or a bank account growing, etc.


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they start growing when your in puberty



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