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  • What words can we place under the head of "Incipient" in

    Civics: as Applied Sociology

  • "Incipient" because, in ascending from the lowest vertebrates, "nails" are first met with in the Frog's class, and these only very rarely and in an imperfectly developed condition.

    The Common Frog

  • James Nolan: Vice President of Professional Services; before joining Interactions, he ran the technical account management and advanced technical services at Sepaton - and previously held executive positions at companies such as Incipient, Avaya, and Cereva

    Business Wire Travel News

  • Incipient starvation had been their portion for years.

    THOSE ON THE EDGE

  • Incipient civil war flared again that autumn, with major warlords in the north and Communist insurgents in west and south challenging the central government.

    PEARL BUCK IN CHINA

  • Incipient civil war flared again that autumn, with major warlords in the north and Communist insurgents in west and south challenging the central government.

    PEARL BUCK IN CHINA

  • Incipient growth, high unemployment, lots of disgruntled job seekers, battered family budgets, and intense concern about government spending and deficits have energized voters and convinced many of them that change is needed in Washington.

    The GOP and the Politics of Financial Reform

  • A summary of his literary history course has been preserved at the back of a catalog; subheadings like "Incipient English" and

    Culture and Discontinuity (in the 1840s and in Foucault)

  • Providers of split path virtualization controllers are EMC (Invista), Incipient, and LSI Logic (StoreAge SVM).

    The InfoWorld SAN and NAS virtualization primer

  • Incipient: of, relating to, or occurring at the start of ...

    SHOT Show: Fear and Looking in Las Vegas

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