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  • Bernanke also agreed with Schumer's contention that too much cutting could "snuff out the nacent recovery" and could lead to "job loss."

    Did Ben Bernanke undercut key Dem talking point about GOP budget cuts?

  • In the unknown world, I might actually be some sort of nacent angel, or some kind of pupae-stage hero, some kind of backwater demigod.

    Apology of a Madman

  • There's a lot of money being lost to home DVD viewing (and the nacent video on demand market, not to mention the illegal BitTorrents) that could see the megaplex go the way of the drive-in if they aren't careful.

    POLL RESULTS: Movie Theater Attendance

  • While a similar movement is taking shape in South Korea, such as the "Anti-E-Mart Movement," it is still nacent and no visible results have been accomplished thus far.

    Small is Beautiful

  • One thing you might consider is to have a link at the bottom of each issue that has legs – Eg; Fitzgeral/Libby/Cheney and his organ monkey, W -titled “Background time-line” and bring a nacent reader up to snuff with just bullet points of what happened.

    Firedoglake » Late Nite FDL: An Invitation to De-Lurk

  • I spentthe better part of today in a long faculty meeting about our nacent Dean search.

    Firedoglake » Gender and Identity Politics

  • More details have emerged about an agreement between YouTube.com, a nacent video file sharing site and MTV2.

    YouTube Featuring MTV Videos

  • I've got 2 posts still in draft form and several more in nacent form in my head.

    I've been and will be away ....

  • With little interest in the consequences to a nacent reasonable Iraq, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, etc., on they went, even while all but Europe's fringes are in missile range.

    Atlantic Review

  • Now, from Washington and elsewhere, we're hearing the nacent murmurings for a higher national gas tax (not to mention higher state taxes), the idea being that higher gas prices will (a) generate revenue and (b) encourage fuel-economy among consumers and auto manufacturers.

    The Car Connection

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  • a resent development ,not yet proven of value or use ,in infancy of proving worthy of concideration

    August 15, 2012